The Ed-Fi Community writ large is made up of technology and education professionals committed to making a positive difference in the lives of students. As such, the Community is open and welcoming by default. Even so, we have a few expectations we ask of our members, memorialized in this code of conduct.
This code applies to Ed-Fi Alliance core team members, technical contractors, licensees, contributors, and general members of the public who provide input and support for the Ed-Fi Community. By participating in the Ed-Fi Community, you are asserting that you understand and agree to these guidelines.
This list is neither exhaustive nor exacting. Rather, it is intended to convey the core aspects of the community.
If you believe someone is violating the code of conduct, we ask that you report it by e-mailing email@example.com. We will treat the information you provide confidentially and with discretion.
Anyone asked to stop unacceptable behavior is expected to comply immediately. If an individual engages in unacceptable behavior, the Ed-Fi Alliance may take any action appropriate, up to and including a permanent ban from the Ed-Fi Community without warning.
This document was inspired by many sources, including the Ubuntu project, the Fedora project, and the Django project (which itself was inspired by the Code of Conduct from the SpeakUp! project, which itself was inspired by...you get the idea).
Thanks for being a member of the Ed-Fi Community, and for honoring this Code of Conduct in your work with us. We've had mercifully few causes to refer members to this Code, so something must be working.