PyCon APAC is a community-driven convention for the Python programming language in the Asia-Pacific region, created to facilitate discussions and exchange of ideas in the community. To provide a joyful, pleasant, and vibrant environment that creates value for all participants, we hereby publish PyCon APAC's Code of Conduct, which applies to all speech and action in both physical and digital venues of PyCon APAC. Your cooperation is necessary to help all of us to interact with respect and trust in PyCon APAC.
Code of Conduct
Attendees should not harass others, either by verbal or physical behavior. We have zero tolerance towards harassment or discrimination. Each attendee should be equally respected, regardless of his or her nationality, race, language, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, physical appearance, faith, profession, seniority, political view, or intellect.
Appreciate each other. Each attendee will be expected to have a professional attitude and behavior. Users of Python from different professional roles, technical backgrounds, and application areas use and contribute to the technology in many different ways, and some of them are amazingly unimaginable. Opinions or actions that undervalue other members of the community are inappropriate.
Show consideration to others. Sexual contents in any form are inappropriate in any conference venue, including, but not limited to talks, open spaces, or social media. Words and actions originated from stereotypes are discouraged. In the conference rooms, cell phones should be set to silence or a mode that doesn't annoy others.
The conference organizers have the power to take appropriate actions to redirect the behavior of those who violate the code of conduct. The violators may be forced to leave the conference without a refund at the sole discretion of the organizers.
This Code of Conduct is approved by the organizers of PyCon APAC.
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