APSIG coordinates many community activities, including conferences, meetings,
trainings, workshops, social events and digital platforms. These are
organized for the benefit of all participants, and are intended to be
valuable and enjoyable to all.
This Code of Conduct explains
expectations for anyone participating in these events and platforms,
including delegates, guests, speakers, contributors, commenters, APSIG Committee Members and all others involved. It applies not only to physical events,
but also to remote participants, online meeting spaces and digital
platforms (website, mailing lists, social media, etc..).
We invite all sponsors, volunteers, speakers, attendees, and other
participants to help us realise a safe and positive conference experience for
all. It is expected that participants always behave properly and positively,
showing respect and courtesy to others wherever possible and ensuring a safe
and inclusive environment.
We hope that all participants feel welcome and comfortable to participate
fully, therefore we are committed to providing an environment free of
It is expected that participants behave properly and positively at all times: showing respect and courtesy to others wherever possible, and ensuring a safe and inclusive environment.
We hope that all participants feel welcome and comfortable to participate fully, therefore we are committed to providing an environment free of the following unacceptable behaviours:
behaviour will not be tolerated whether by participants, event organizers,
venue staff, suppliers, sponsors, or any other stakeholders of APSIG events.
asked to stop unacceptable behaviour will be expected to comply immediately. Should
the APSIG EC consider it appropriate, measures they may take include:
individual engages in unacceptable behaviour, the APSIG EC may take lawful
action that they deem appropriate, including asking the individual to stop or
removing the individual from the event without refund of registration and/or
other applicable fees.
A person who is
removed form APSIG Events will not be permitted to give any planned oral or electronic
presentations, and their place may be allocated to another attendee.
of text derived from the Django
Code of Conduct, Geek Feminism anti-harassment Policy, WordCamp
Code of Conduct, and O’Reilly
Conferences Code of Conduct with thanks.)