Preamble

Scrum Day London is a community event designed to foster a positive, open, and inclusive environment for anyone interested in learning, sharing, and improving Agile practices, particularly Scrum. This policy outlines the core values and expectations for all participants, attendees, speakers, volunteers, and organisers.

Core Values

  • Respect: We treat everyone with dignity and courtesy, regardless of background, experience level, or viewpoint.
  • Openness: We encourage open communication, knowledge sharing, and diverse perspectives.
  • Learning: We foster a continuous learning environment where everyone can grow and develop their skills.
  • Collaboration: We value teamwork and collaboration to achieve shared goals.
  • Service: We strive to contribute to the betterment of the Agile community.

Expectations

  • Professional Conduct: Always behave in a professional and respectful manner. This includes avoiding discriminatory or offensive language, harassment, and disruptive behaviour.
  • Active Participation: Engage actively in discussions, workshops, and networking opportunities. Share your knowledge and learn from others.
  • Respect for Intellectual Property: Respect the intellectual property of others, including speaker presentations and workshop materials.
  • Privacy: Maintain the privacy of others and avoid sharing personal information without consent.
  • Accessibility: We strive to make Scrum Day London accessible to everyone. Please let us know if you require any accommodations.

Photography and Videography

  • Photography and videography may be permitted at Scrum Day London with the following considerations:
    • Consent: Obtain consent from individuals before photographing or filming them.
    • Privacy: Avoid capturing images or videos that could be used to identify someone without their permission, especially in sensitive situations.
    • Commercial Use: Photos and videos taken at Scrum Day London should not be used for commercial purposes without prior approval from the organizers and any identifiable individuals.

Social Media Sharing

  • We encourage you to share your experiences at Scrum Day London on social media! When doing so, please be mindful of the following:
    • Respect: Tag individuals and organisations appropriately and avoid posting anything that could be considered offensive or disrespectful.
    • Privacy: Do not share personal information about others without their consent.
    • Hashtags: Use relevant hashtags such as #ScrumDayLondon to help connect with others.

Code of Conduct for Online Communities

  • Scrum Day London may have online communities associated with the event, such as forums or social media groups. These communities should also adhere to a code of conduct that reflects the core values outlined above. This may include specific guidelines for respectful communication, avoiding spam, and staying on topic.

Enforcement

The Scrum Day London organisers reserve the right to take appropriate action in case of violations of this policy. This may include verbal warnings, removal from the event, or being banned from future events.

Reporting

If you experience or witness any behaviour that violates this policy, please report it immediately to a Scrum Day London organiser. All reports will be handled confidentially.

Thank You

By participating in Scrum Day London, you agree to abide by this Community Policy. We appreciate your cooperation in creating a welcoming and productive environment for everyone.

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