The Northeast Scala Symposium is committed to providing an environment that encourages and empowers its members to teach, learn, and collaborate. We welcome every skill level -- from beginners to experts -- to participate in and advance the Scala community with us. To foster an inclusive, equitable, safe, diverse, and thriving community, should you choose to engage with our community as a participant or speaker, you agree to our Code of Conduct outlined below.
The DEIB Safety Team reserves the right to disallow attendance from participants and speakers with past or current behavior that violates our Code of Conduct. At the conference, anyone acting contrary to our code of conduct will be asked to leave at the discretion of the organizers. We will have dedicated avenues to contact us.
As a member of our community, you agree to the following:
Behavior that will lead to exclusion includes the following points, inspired by the definition of "Unacceptable Behavior" in the Citizen Code of Conduct:
Below is our process for upholding our community's standards of conduct. If you feel that a thread or situation needs moderation, please contact the DEIB Safety Team.
We encourage using the Incident Form the most to keep tracking concerns easier. Unlike Discord or SpatialChat, form submissions can be completely anonymous. While we allow anonymous reporting, our ability to follow up and action anonymous reports will be limited.
The Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Safety Team is here to help make NEScala an enjoyable and welcoming experience for everyone in our community.
Team Discord handles: @DEIB Safety
The policies listed above apply to all official NEScala channels: