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Call for Volunteers - Code of Conduct Committee

Happy New Year to the Django Community! As we begin 2017, many of us are reflecting on how to maintain safe, inclusive spaces within our communities. One meaningful way to do that is to serve on the Django Code of Conduct committee. In 2013, with input from the community, Django Core members and the DSF board developed a code of conduct, the purpose of which was explained by Alex Gaynor and Jacob Kaplan Moss:

“Why do we need a code of conduct? To best keep with some of our core values: documentation and 'explicit is better than implicit.' We want to maintain a vibrant, diverse, and technically excellent community, and we believe that a part of that is writing down the standards of behavior we hold ourselves to.”

As of May 2016, Committee members serve a six month fixed term. You will serve in a rotation of being “on-call” (via email) for a week at a time in order to respond to reports from the community. This is a great service to the Django community, particularly to those who are most at risk, and it is made more manageable when shared.

If you are interested in volunteering to serve a six-month term, please review the online documentation and procedures regarding the CofC Committee, then email conduct@djangoproject.com. Thank you for reading, and all the best in 2017!

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