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Safety First's Code of Conduct Workshop for the Tech Community (May 2017)

1615 SE 3rd Ave, Suite 200
Portland, OR 97214, US (map)

Access Notes

Proceed to the second floor reception area for access, either via the stairs or via the elevators in the parking area.



Join us for Safety First PDX's Spring 2017 workshop on Codes of Conduct. Whether you're looking for a primer or a refresher, Codes of Conduct play a key role in diversity and inclusion, particularly when it comes to the tech community.

The workshop will cover: * What a Code of Conduct is and why we need it * Examples of common problems that you'll have to deal with * Incident report handling and practice * Strategies for responding and resolving problems effectively

Safety First PDX is a Stumptown Syndicate program promoting community safety and accountability in PDX tech and beyond. Safety First is led by Audrey Eschright, co-author of the Citizen Code of Conduct (in use by Open Source Bridge and various other communities). Audrey has five years of experience on code of conduct implementation and enforcement for open source projects and events and spent ten years organizing tech community spaces, including user groups, open source projects, and conferences.