Web2day is a public event, and we ask participants to observe a number of rules to ensure that the festival is held in respect and tolerance.
We expect presenters, exhibitors, and attendees to help make Web2day enjoyable for everyone, regardless of age, gender, sexuality, religious or ethnic identity, or ability.
Please show respect for all attendees. In particular:
Please ensure that your presentation does not stigmatise, alienate, or marginalise any individual or group. In particular:
The Web2day is an all-ages, mixed-gender event. Please make sure your booth and party can be enjoyed by everyone. In particular, overtly sexualised booths or parties, including “booth babes” or hired entertainers in provocative/sexy attire, are not appropriate.
To discuss any incidents or behaviour in violation of this code of conduct, please contact Magali Olivier (0658291923 /email@example.com) either in person at the organisers’ booth, by phone or by email.
We will take any complaints seriously, and respond appropriately. Attendees, speakers, or exhibitors who violate this Code of Conduct may be asked to remedy their behaviour, apologise, leave the event, or may be banned from future events. If you’re unsure whether your presentation, booth, or party will be enjoyed by all, please check with the organizers: firstname.lastname@example.org).
This code of conduct is adapted from http://geekfeminism.