Code of Conduct
TDF is adopting the following Code of Conduct in time for our conference in Rome, and will get feedback from members there.
In order to keep TDF and its projects a fun, interesting and positive experience for everybody, we expect participants to follow the guidelines below.
TDF aims to be a free, open and cooperative community. This means we expect collaboration from all the participants to TDF's projects, and for everybody to behave respectfully towards all others, including those that are different or think differently from yourself.
Please be helpful, considerate, friendly and respectful towards all other participants. We don't condone harassment or offensive behaviour in our projects and or events. We consider it against our values as human beings. We're voicing our strong, unequivocal support of exemplary behaviour by all participants.
If you feel you have been harassed - please contact Katarina 'Bubli' Behrens & Michael Meeks at firstname.lastname@example.org in confidence for support.