Code of Conduct

published at 23.11.2015 12:45 by Jens Weller

I hope all of my attendees are very excited to visit next weeks Meeting C++ conference! A little difference to the past is that this year Meeting C++ has an official Code of Conduct.

Code of Conduct

In the past 3 years there have been no issues at the confernce that I am aware of, and I have addressed this topic in the welcome message of each conference. CppCon has a rather short, but clear Code of Conduct, which IMHO reflects very well that the C++ community is a very technical audience.

Yet, I'd like to be a Code of Conduct a bit more detailed, and I don't want to reinvent the wheel, so with this year, I finally found one that fits the conference: the Berlin Code of Conduct.

Feel free to report any issues during the conference to my team or directly to me.

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