Community Code of Conduct

At Anaconda, we want to ensure that everyone has a positive and productive experience, so we ask all participants to treat one another with respect. We expect an environment free from any type of threatening or harassing behavior, direct or implied. This includes your interactions with one another during our conferences, sponsored events, as well as your electronic interactions on mailing lists and GitHub issues.

Expected Behavior

Anaconda, Inc. does not condone harassment or offensive behavior at any of our events or in any forms of electronic communications. We invite you to help us ensure that every Anaconda-hosted event and public forum is a welcoming, respectful, and inviting place for all participants, no matter their race, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, national origin, ethnicity, or religion.

Unacceptable Behavior

The following behaviors are considered harassment and are unacceptable within our community:

  • offensive comments
  • verbal threats or demands
  • sexualized images in public spaces
  • intimidation
  • stalking
  • harassing photography or recording
  • sustained disruption of sessions or events
  • unwelcome physical contact or sexual attention
  • slights and negative messages, both unintended and intentional, based solely on appearance


We expect all participants, including conference attendees, speakers, sponsors, and volunteers, to follow our Code of Conduct, including at any off-site activities and online communities, such as social media, and GitHub.

Reporting and Enforcement

Participants violating this Code of Conduct may be dismissed from our conference without a refund at the discretion of Anaconda, Inc., or removed from mailing lists and GitHub issues. If you have any concerns, please bring it to the immediate attention of our team at [email protected] We appreciate your help in creating a welcoming and respectful environment.

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