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Re: [betaNYC] [RFCI] Request for community input on proposed BetaNYC Code of Conduct & anti harassment policy

From: Noel Hidalgo | B.
Sent on: Thursday, July 3, 2014 2:49 PM
Thank you everyone!!! 

In the last 24 hours, you have made one of the most meaningful documents I've ever had the pleasure of collaborating. Our Code of Conduct is streamlined into 10 points and our anti-harassment policy is the most inclusive policy I've ever seen. Still, there is work to be done. < >

Over the 4th of July weekend, I would love for you to think about the values that make you connect with your friends, families, and neighbors and try to bring those insights into this document. 

On Wed, Jul 2, 2014 at 11:30 AM, Noel Hidalgo | BetaNYC <[address removed]> wrote:

TL;DR - BetaNYC is proposing a Code of Conduct and Anti-Harassment policy. We want your input. Feel free to hop into this Google doc and use Google’s built in commenting, or give private feedback at < [address removed] >.

Doc for commenting -

BTW - If you see this message across BetaNYC's community channels, we are being earnest in our outreach. We want to ensure that all community members are aware of this RFCI and are given an opportunity to engage.

-=- BetaNYC Blog Post with reference links -=-


Since our founding, BetaNYC has adopted “safe and open” spaces to bring individuals together to work on issues related to government. We constantly reminded ourselves to respect each other’s ideas and work on solving larger problems. Though the years, we have built a safe and respected space for government to interact openly with New York City’s technology, design, and advocacy community.

Last year, BetaNYC and Code for America Brigade openly discussed how to take “safe spaces” and applying them to our events and community.

In the lead up to a larger BetaNYC membership platform launch, the organizers of BetaNYC are proposing a Code of Conduct and Anti-Harassment Policy.

We want your input. Feel free to hop into this Google doc and use Google’s built in commenting, or give private feedback at < [address removed] >.

- BetaNYC's Leadership

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