DrupalCamp Colorado brings together people from around the world who use, develop, design, and support the Drupal platform. Many attendees at DrupalCamp Colorado are newcomers evaluating both our platform and our community. The Drupal Code of Conduct outlines our shared ideals and values. This document expresses how we hope to make these ideals real at our events. Our goal is to ensure that all participants can freely and openly share ideas in a friendly, safe, and welcoming environment that encourages and inspires mutual respect and collaboration.
Come for the software, stay for the community.
Drupal would simply not exist without its community. We want all attendees at DrupalCamp Colorado to have an awesome experience, both in and out of formal conference sessions. The purpose of this document is not to restrict the diversity of ideas and expression in the Drupal community; rather, it's to raise awareness of the potential for actions that could alienate valuable members — and potential members — of the community.
DrupalCamp Colorado is an international event that attracts diverse people from a wide variety of ethnic, cultural, and religious backgrounds. We acknowledge that cross-cultural communication can often be complicated and encourage everyone to consider both the impact of their actions on those with different backgrounds and experiences and the honest intentions of those who may have unknowingly caused offense.
One of the greatest strengths of the Drupal community is our inclusiveness. Making all attendees feel welcome and included at DrupalCamp Colorado is everyone’s job, including exhibitors and sponsors. If you are sponsoring DrupalCamp Colorado and have questions or concerns about working with our community, please reach out to Sponsor Coordinator Nelson Harris.
Sponsors, volunteers, speakers, attendees, and other participants should strive to treat all people with dignity and respect, regardless of their culture, religion, physical appearance, disability, race, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation.
If and when misunderstandings occur, we encourage people to work things out between themselves whenever possible. People are encouraged to take responsibility for their words and actions and listen to constructively-presented criticism with an open mind, courtesy, and respect.
When we disagree, we consult others.
If people are unable to work out issues between themselves, they are encouraged to seek the advice of a mutually trusted third party or designated community volunteer Nick Switzer to help mediate.
When we need it, we ask for help.
We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form. If you feel threatened or violated as a result of intimidating, harassing, abusive, discriminatory, derogatory or demeaning conduct, please immediately notify a conference staff member. Likewise, please immediately notify a volunteer if you notice that someone else is being subjected to such behavior. If the matter is especially urgent, please call/contact any of these individuals: Matthew Saunders, Christine Coughlan, Nick Switzer, Phil Stier. You can reach any of these volunteers through the Drupal Colorado Slack organization or by emailing email@example.com. The DrupalCamp Colorado team wants everyone to feel safe for the duration of the conference. If necessary, camp volunteers are empowered to take appropriate actions that may include, but are not limited to, warnings, expulsion from the camp without refund, and referrals to venue security or local law enforcement.
We’re all in this together
Thanks for making DrupalCamp Colorado awesome for everyone! The DrupalCamp Colorado Code of Conduct is adapted from the draft DrupalCon Code of Conduct, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License and is available for others to use and adapt for their own events.