The code of conduct has been broken. Now what?
03-14, 11:25–11:55 (Europe/Berlin), Stage 1

Code of conduct is an indispensable item for any event or community nowadays. Derived from the Contributor Covenant, such rules have been replicated as a template, and are rarely created by communities, creating a void between what is written and what is needed. Based on my point of view as co-organizer of PyLadies Berlin, this talk intends to share our experience so that other organizers can have tools at hand to better act when code is hurt.

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Developer Advocate for open source communities at Sauce Labs, Paloma Oliveira promotes FOSS and open source since 2009. She is a strong activist for diversity and equity in technology spaces co-organizing PyLadies Berlin and mentoring at FrauenLoop and is the co-founder of the Zentrum für Netzkunst (Berlin’s netart institute)