At our conference, we are applying rules that are taken from common sense. Nevertheless, we are writing them down to prevent misunderstandings.
We want to form Grazer Linuxtage such that it is entertaining, interesting and fun for everybody, but to do so, we expect all the participants to follow the guidelines below. We want that GLT is a free, open-minded and cooperative event, which means that all the attendees should be cooperating with each other and treat everybody respectfully, even those who are different or who have a different opinion. Technical skills or a position in the community do not have any impact on the right to be respected nor the duty to respect others.
Please be helpful, considerate, friendly and respectful to all the other participants and respect your environment. We do not tolerate harassment or offensive behaviour at our event. We expect all the participants to adhere to this Code of Conduct while attending the conference or any related event. This also includes event-related social events at external locations as well as online communities and social media.
In case of an incident, we take notice via e-Mail (also anonymous, if preferred) or, during the event, directly at the front desk. In case of any concern, please inform the team of Grazer Linuxtage as soon as possible, so we can respond quickly. We wish that Grazer Linuxtage stays an inviting event for all the participants.
Participants who are asked to stop any unacceptable behavior are expected to comply with this request. Attendees who violate this Code of Conduct may be excluded from this conference, and/or from conferences in the future.
In order to promote an inviting and open community, we commit ourselves to exemplary behaviour of all the participants of GLT. Thank you for your help in advance, so that Grazer Linuxtage will be a success. We strive for a beautiful, inviting experience for all the participants.
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