Google and the Chromium team are committed to preserving and fostering a diverse, welcoming community. Below is our community code of conduct, which applies to our repos and organizations, mailing lists, blog content, and any other Chromium-supported communication group, as well as any private communication initiated in the context of these spaces.
Simply put, community discussions should be
Treat everyone with respect. Build on each other's ideas. Each of us has the right to enjoy our experience and participate without fear of harassment, discrimination, or condescension, whether blatant or subtle. Remember that Chromium is a geographically distributed team and that you may not be communicating with someone in their primary language. We all get frustrated when working on hard problems, but we cannot allow that frustration to turn into personal attacks.
You are empowered to politely engage when you feel that you or others are disrespected. The person making you feel uncomfortable may not be aware of what they are doing - politely bringing their behavior to their attention is encouraged.
If you are uncomfortable speaking up, or feel that your concerns are not being duly considered, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org to request involvement from a community manager. You may also email any of the community managers directly. All concerns shared with community managers will be kept confidential. In cases where a public response is deemed necessary, the identities of victims and reporters will remain confidential unless those individuals instruct us otherwise.
While all reports will be taken seriously, the Chromium community managers may not act on complaints that they feel are not violations of this code of conduct.
Consequences for failing to comply with this policy may include, at the sole discretion of the Chromium community managers:
Participants warned to stop any harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately; failure to do so will result in an escalation of consequences.
The decisions of the Chromium community managers may be appealed via email@example.com.
This Code of Conduct is based on the Geek Feminism Code of Conduct, the Django Code of Conduct and the Geek Feminism Wiki “Effective codes of conduct” guide.
This Code of Conduct is available for reuse under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license.