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  5. <title>Code of Conduct</title>
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  8. <p id="category"><a href="/about/">About</a></p>
  9. <h1>Code of Conduct</h1>
  10. <p id="introduction" class="p-summary">
  11. The CoC in a nutshell: The Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) and its
  12. community aim to offer a friendly and peaceful environment for every
  13. participant at the FSFE's events, online and offline. All participants at
  14. any FSFE event are expected to behave excellently towards each other.
  15. Misbehaviour can lead to exclusion from our events and/or our technical
  16. infrastructure. If you have been in a situation in which the spirit of
  17. the Code of Conduct was breached, please be in touch with our <a
  18. href="#CARE">central CARE team</a>.
  19. </p>
  20. <p>
  21. Free Software is about freedom and so is our community. We like to
  22. collaborate and work together with respect to different opinions, skills
  23. and interests. We as a welcoming community encourage all participants to
  24. be excellent to each other.
  25. </p>
  26. <p>
  27. This Code of Conduct applies at all physical events hosted by the FSFE as
  28. well as to our online infrastructure. The latter includes but is not
  29. limited to our mailing lists, wikis, social media, groups, forums and any
  30. other means of digital communication that are hosted and/or moderated by
  31. the FSFE. The Code of Conduct applies equally to all participants
  32. including, but not limited to, speakers, volunteers, staffers,
  33. exhibitors, etc.
  34. </p>
  35. <h2>Code of Conduct</h2>
  36. <p>
  37. We invite and encourage everybody to express their opinions on relevant
  38. topics. All participants should at all times feel at ease to do so
  39. without fearing any form of attack, reprisal or harassment. We ask
  40. everybody to be respectful and considerate towards each other, especially
  41. when attempting to provide constructive criticism.
  42. </p>
  43. <p>
  44. To foster tolerance, respect and hospitality in our community, we agree
  45. not to engage in discriminatory, disparaging or offensive speech or
  46. actions, including as to (but not limited to) gender, sexuality, race,
  47. nationality, religion or profession. We are a community of many different
  48. nationalities and backgrounds, and we cherish our strength in diversity.
  49. </p>
  50. <h2>Enforcement</h2>
  51. <p>
  52. If you have experienced or become aware of behaviour contrary to the
  53. principles enshrined in this Code of Conduct, please bring such incidents
  54. to the attention of your respective local or our <a href="#CARE">central
  55. CARE team</a> (CARE = CoC Active Response Ensurers) as soon as
  56. possible. You will find local CARE team contact information depending on
  57. the individual event.
  58. </p>
  59. <p>
  60. Please feel free to share the Code of Conduct with participants in
  61. discussions, both online and offline, to ensure a respectful and
  62. welcoming environment. The Free Software Foundation Europe reserves the
  63. right to deny entrance and/or eject from an event or any of its
  64. infrastructure (e.g. wiki, mailing lists, etc) any individual found to be
  65. engaging in misconduct contrary to the principles highlighted above.
  66. </p>
  67. <h2 id="CARE">Central CARE Team</h2>
  68. <p>
  69. The central CARE team may be reached by e-mail at <a href="mailto:care at
  70. fsfe dot org">care at fsfe dot org</a>. The CARE team members are
  71. listed below, and you are welcome to contact them individually
  72. too. We recommend to communicate via encrypted email. The easiest
  73. way to do so is if you write one of the team-members indivually.
  74. You find their mails and PGP-key in this aphabetically ordered
  75. list:
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  80. Complaints about the CARE team members should be directed to <a
  81. href="/about/team.html">the president of FSFE</a>.
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