In the Reliability.org community, people connect from all over the globe with the mission to work towards achieving better software application and infrastructure reliability throughout design, development, and operations. Each of us plays an active role in the success of this community. Whether you’re from an organization or representing yourself, we welcome your feedback, insight, and contributions.
Our Code of Conduct aims to ensure that we all can learn from each other in a transparent, open, and most importantly, supportive environment. It also outlines how Reliability.org leaders intend to run a community in which anyone and everyone is welcome and respected.
The Reliability.org Community Code of Conduct is available to all member organizations, partners, researchers, and individuals. Joining the community means you’ve accepted the Code of Conduct and are willing to adhere to it.
To ensure community members feel comfortable being open and transparent in the questions they ask and the relationships they build, we enforce the following:
Participate organically! Light self-promotion is acceptable, but please refrain from straight-up marketing.
This is NOT a marketplace! Please do not attempt to sell goods and/or services or solicit business, unless explicitly invited to do so by Reliability.org leaders.
Political discourse is important. This is not the place for it. Keep intense political discussions outside of our community.
We are all responsible for maintaining the standards of acceptable behavior. Each active community participant is expected to take appropriate, corrective action in response to any instances of unacceptable behavior.
Reliability.org leaders maintain the right and responsibility to remove, edit, or reject comments, issues, and other contributions that are not aligned to this Code of Conduct. They are also granted privileges to temporarily or permanently ban any participant for inappropriate, threatening, offensive, or harmful behaviors.
This Code of Conduct applies to all of the Reliability.org community spaces (Slack, Website, Social Media, etc.), and also applies when an individual is representing Reliability.org in public spaces, conferences or events. Examples of representing the community include posting via an official social media account or acting as a community representative at an online or in-person event.
If you are found in violation of the above Code of Conduct, you will receive a warning about your behavior. We will operate on a 3-3 model, meaning that anyone who receives three strikes within three months for violating our ethos will promptly be removed from the community. Reliability.org leaders reserve the right to immediately remove an individual from the community based on the degree of the offense, as in the case of illegal activity.
Instances of abusive, harassing, or otherwise unacceptable behavior may be reported to firstname.lastname@example.org. All complaints will be reviewed and investigated, resulting in a response deemed necessary and appropriate to the circumstances. Confidentiality with regard to any person who has reported an incident will be fully maintained for the betterment of the community.
If you find someone in violation of our Reliability.org Community Code of Conduct, please send an email to email@example.com and include a direct link to the violation and/or a screenshot.
Reliability.org leaders may amend this Code of Conduct at any time and may vary the procedures set forth on a case by case basis. Any amendments will be published on Reliability.org.