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The Code of Conduct

All Code for Trenton events, activities, and interactions:

  • Ensure a safe and respectful environment for all participants.
  • Provide people with the freedom to fully express their identities.
  • Presume the value of others. Everyone’s ideas, skills, and contributions have value.
  • Do not assume everyone has the same context, and we always encourage questions.
  • Find ways for people to be productive with their skills (technical and not) and energy.
  • Encourage members and participants to listen as much as they speak.
  • Strive to build tools that are open and create free technology for public use. Our aims are always to maximize public good.
  • Prioritize access for and input from those who are traditionally excluded from the civic process.
  • Work to ensure that the community is well-represented in the planning, design, and implementation of civic tech. This includes encouraging participation from everyone, including but not limited to women, minorities, and traditionally marginalized groups.
  • Connect with community groups, organizations, and organic leaders – folks who may not be official leaders, but who are leaders in their community regardless of status.
  • Ensure that the relationships and conversations between community members, the local government staff and community partners remain respectful, participatory, and productive.
  • Provide an environment where all people are free from discrimination or harassment.

Code for Trenton and its organizers reserve the right to ask anyone in violation of these policies not to participate in our activities, events, and digital forums.

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About Code for Trenton - Join NJ's capital in "making awesome!" February 5, 2016 4:50 PM Adam P.

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