Python Society Namibia (Shortly PyNAM) code of conduct should be honored by everyone who participates in its events, be a workshop, meetup, conference or the community activities where PyNam take part and by anyone claiming affiliation with PyNAM. The code of conduct applies to all our initiatives or groups that’s under the Python Society of Namibia e.g PyNam Scholars, Pyladies, Django girls Windhoek, Django Namibia and PyCon Namibia and etc. Anyone representing PyNam Society at any events have to abide to this code of conduct. This code of conduct applies to all spaces managed by PyNam Society , including all forums, slack, WhatsApp groups, facebook and twitter or any communicational channel used by Python community in Namibia. The code of conduct equally applies to all our sponsors, or other initiatives or groups that collaborate with Python Namibia.
All attendees of our events are expected to show respect and courtesy to others throughout the meetup and at all meetup events. All communication should be appropriate for a general audience, which will include people from many different backgrounds. Being considerate. Members of the community are considerate of their peers -- other Python users. Being respectful. We're respectful of others, their positions, their skills, their commitments, and their efforts
If participants are troubled by the behaviour of another attendee at the meetup, or are concerned that another attendee may be in distress, participants advice to speak immediately to any member of organizing team. Their concern will be heard in confidence and taken seriously. Event staff- volunteers and organisers - will be on hand throughout the conference. Any concern, whatever it is, will be immediately passed on to a member of the conference committee. The committee will investigate promptly and if necessary will take appropriate action. We are committed to making participation in this community a harassment-free experience.