DrupalCamp NJ is an event where all participants can freely and openly share ideas in a friendly, safe and welcoming environment that encourages and inspires mutual respect and collaboration. Attendees, speakers, sponsors, volunteers and others are expected to treat all conference participants with dignity and respect.
Misunderstandings sometimes do occur and people should work things out between themselves in a courteous and respectful manner whenever possible. For support or assistance, seek the advice of a mutually-trusted third party or the designated community volunteer.
We do not tolerate harassment 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 organizer or designated community volunteer. Further, please immediately notify an organizer if you notice that someone else is being subjected to such behavior.
The DrupalCamp NJ team wants everyone to feel safe for the duration of the conference. If necessary, conference organizers are empowered to take appropriate actions that may include but are not limited to: warnings, expulsion from the conference without refund, and referrals to venue security or local law enforcement.
If you have any questions about this policy, please contact us.
The DrupalCamp NJ Code of Conduct is based on the Midwest Camp Code of Conduct, based on the DrupalCon Code of Conduct, which is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License and is available for others to use and adapt for their own events.
Any photography/recording that is legally allowed in public spaces is allowed at DrupalCamp NJ.
However, anyone photographing or recording must abide by participants’ willingness to be photographed. In particlar pay attention to lanyard color.
- Red: Do not record or photograph.
Photography/recording should be treated like other potentially harassing interpersonal interaction. That is, when one person in the interaction says “stop” or “leave me alone” (etc), the interaction must end. In this case, attendees should not attempt to photograph that individual again.
Photography/recording shouldn’t be done in such a way as to hide from the subject that it’s happening.
If you mistakenly photograph someone in a red lanyard or at the request of any person attending the event, the photo/footage/etc of them must be deleted immediately.
Violations of this policy should be addressed as harassment in the context of the Code of Conduct above.
This policy is distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license, and is adapted from the Open Source Bridge policy. It was also inspired by information from the Ada Initiative blog.