This Code of Conduct is in draft form. If you have suggestions for improvement, please add them to the section at the bottom of the page titled "Suggestions".
This language is forked from the Geek Feminism Community Anti-Harassment Policy template. Thank you!
Code of Conduct
LocalWiki is a global local knowledge platform that is open to anyone in the world to contribute to. We are dedicated to providing an inviting and harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of:
age; anonymity, pseudonimity, or real name use; body shape; caste or class; color; current or previous drug use; current or previous incarceration; difference in ability; educational attainment or access; employment, underemployment or unemployment; ethnicity; family background or composition; gender, gender identity and expression; health status; housing status; language(s) spoken; life experience; marriage status; neighborhood; neurodiversity; parenthood; physical appearance; place of origin or residence; political beliefs; profession or office; race(s); religion or spirituality; sexual orientation; skills; statelessness; wealth; or any identifying trait not listed above or any intersections of these traits.
We do not tolerate harassment or abusive content on LocalWiki in any form.
This code of conduct applies to all LocalWiki spaces, including our websites, our mailing lists, IRC channels and community events, both online and offline. Anyone who violates this code of conduct may be sanctioned or expelled from these spaces at the discretion of the LocalWiki global administrators or LocalWiki staff.
- Community Guidelines
- [Terms of service]
Besides this page and Community Guidelines page, where does a user go to get more information about policies and procedures, etc.? I'm especially interested in Wikipedia's NPOV concept. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Neutral_point_of_view
Does a section on spam belong here?