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-Bats les couilles de l'​Himalaya +====== Code of Conduct ====== 
-Bats les couillesj'vise plus le sommet + 
-Mon cœur fait ouhlalala +-- **[[:​code_of_conduct_de|in German/auf Deutsch]]** -- 
-Crime passionnel que j'​commets + 
-Sur ton cœurj'fais trou de boulette +Wethe organizers and participants of CryptoParties,​ pledge our dedication to making our events open and welcoming to everyone who shares our [[:​guiding_principles|guiding principles]]:​ Being excellent to each other, and doing things. 
-J'fais tache de sang sur le pull + 
-Je désire nullement vous connaître +While the "doing things"​ is covered in our [[:​organize:​howto|HowTo organize a CryptoParty]],​ this code of conduct takes on the task of defining "be excellent to each other"​. 
-Ni toini ces fils de putes + 
-Je me tire d'ici si j'​m'​écoute +===== Openness & Inclusiveness ===== 
-Sang corse mélangé bougnoule + 
-La Lunej'aime plusj'vous la laisse +We would like people to be able to teach and learn from each other regardless of background or level of expertise. 
-Je m'​endors sous doré, sous gnôle + 
-J'suis ni de chez moi ni de chez vous +A successful CryptoParty is a CryptoParty where each person learned _and_ taught at least one new thing. 
-Elle veut la biseelle veut que j'la baise + 
-J'​connais la routej'​connais l'​adresse +At the same time we would like people to acknowledge their differences and taking them into consideration when interacting with each other. 
-Je t'​encule sur le continent d'​Hadès + 
-Sale comme ta neuchmèches courtes +For example: a joke might be obviously ridiculous but funny for one personwhile it is salt in an open wound for others. 
-Forte comme la ppe-f' que j'​écoule + 
-Je tire la gueuleje n'​écoute +==== Not A Safe Space :-( ==== 
-Que mon âme seulemektoub + 
-J'vis dans un rêve érotique +Because of this openness CryptoParties may not be considered safe spacesbut what needs to set them apart from other public events is the dedication to deal with any violations of this code of conduct that will come up vigorously. 
-Où j'​parle peu mais j'​caresse le monde + 
-J'​meurs dans un cauchemar exotique +==== Exclusion Of Exclusion ==== 
-Où la Terre ressemble à ma tombe + 
-Igopourquoi toitu parles en Igo ? +People who act in discriminatory or otherwise excluding ways (see //​unacceptable behaviour// for further details)and who are not able or willing to change their behaviourmay be excluded to preserve a welcoming atmosphere for everybody else. 
-Si ça se tueouaisdis-moi qui signe +==== Free Of Charge ==== 
-Pas d'​honneurtoitu sens d'ici + 
-WAllahbaba m'a dit "mon fils, nan, nan" +No entry or other fees may be required to attend a CryptoParty. Donations are finethough. 
-Toipas calculer ces pédales + 
-Moij'ai donné pendant longtemps +==== Anonymity ==== 
-Puisj'ai perdu mes pétales + 
-Au DD +A registration may never be required to attend a CryptoParty. If the organizers would like the participants to register to be able to better plan aheadit must be obvious how to do so anonymously/​pseudonymously. 
-J'la passela détaillela pé-coula vi-sserdes regrets devant ton bébé + 
-J'sors de chez toij'reprends ta voiture mal garée puis j'retire ton PV +==== Accessibility ==== 
-J'​recherche un billetdes affairesdes plans dans la planqueun peu trop peiné + 
-J'fais un bisou à mes cafards dans la cave du sixles pectoraux gainés +Attending a CryptoParty should not require more physical ability than navigating your city does. 
-Les BACqueux té-ma parce que les ients-cli ne tomberont jamais sur messagerie + 
-Ehpotodémarre dans la jungle, j'y suis H24j'y fais des singeries +That means that the venue and general organization of the event should allow for people in wheelchairs and/or with impaired eye-sight or hearing to participate in itand use the bathrooms and other facilities of the building. 
-La rue, j'la dévale à toute allure avec du Gucci comme Mitch + 
-J'me promène dans les beaux quartiers avec le seum qui fait peur aux riches +==== No Smoking ==== 
-Que la famillepersonne nous inquiète jusqu'au dernier gramme + 
-Toujours dans mon neuf-un parce que j'suis baisé par Paname +The venue needs to have at least one room that is smoke-free, including second-hand smoke. 
-Sanssanssans le bénéf'​ de la rue + 
-J'​aurais jamais niqué le game (gamegame, game+==== No Recordings ==== 
-Me sens pas trop humainun peu comme mes igos habitésyah + 
-Y'​a ​du sang à videryah +As CryptoParties are privacy-advocating eventsfilming and the taking of pictures or recording of audio is prohibited. 
-Au DDDDDD + 
-Deuxièmes nes-graij'suis effacé, yah +==== No Hierachies ==== 
-T'as reconnu le cri, igo t'es animal + 
-Mes rêvesj'connais le prix, le canon à ny-Ma +While we acknowledge the implicit and practical hierarchies and power-relations within the CryptoParty communityextra effort may be put into resolving them. 
-Au DD + 
-Que la famille dans le bât', ​on te la push taille-dé au DD +Examples of hierarchies are: 
-Pas mélangécœur d'​étrangerrien n'changé + 
-Ce qui doit arriver va arriveryah +  * the people who own or rent the venue vs. the guests 
-C'est peut-être mon dernier album +  * people who teach vs. people who learn 
-Peut-être ma dernière puta + 
-Peut-être mon dernier sourire de toi +In generalthougheverybody has the same rights and responsibilities! 
-Dans mon ungadans mon unga + 
-Pas plus de haine que d'​amourque j'​largue entre mes tours +==== Licences ==== 
-Moins d'​humains après minuitje sors casser mon tour + 
-Sur un nuage de l'​Enfer +All content produced for or under the label "​CryptoParty"​ needs to be released under creative commons zero (CC0this is equivalent to public domain)or at least share-alike, attribution (CC by-sa) licence. 
-Vienson se cassemon frèreavant qu'on se perde + 
-Au DD +==== Handling Of Deviations ==== 
-J'la passela détaillela pé-coula vi-sserdes regrets devant ton bébé + 
-J'sors de chez toij'​reprends ta voiture mal garée puis j'​retire ton PV +There might be circumstances where it may not be possible to guarantee all of these pointsor where some may be intentionally brokenfor example a CryptoParty that is filmed to document and later advertise the process. 
-J'​recherche un billetdes affairesdes plans dans la planqueun peu trop peiné + 
-J'fais un bisou à mes cafards dans la cave du sixles pectoraux gainés +This is ok as long as this is the exceptionand as long as this deviation is made very clear in the announcements of the CryptoParty. 
-Les BACqueux té-ma parce que les ients-cli ne tomberont jamais sur messagerie + 
-Eh potodémarredans la jungle j'y suis H24j'y fais des singeries +Alsosee //​dogma// ​ further below. 
-La ruej'la dévale à toute allure avec du Gucci comme Mitch + 
-Je me promène dans les beaux quartiers avec le seum qui fait peur aux riches+===== Independence ===== 
 + 
 +In order to be radically openwelcoming, and inclusive, CryptoParties need to stay independent from factors that may stop people from attending in the first place: 
 + 
 +==== Political ==== 
 + 
 +While CryptoParties are inherently politicalthey are independent from any political party or politics in general. 
 + 
 +Political parties may not facilitate CryptoParties in their name. 
 + 
 +==== Commercial ==== 
 + 
 +Companies or NGOs may not facilitate or sponsor CryptoParties in any form. 
 + 
 +==== Recommended Tools ==== 
 + 
 +The tools recommended at CryptoParties need to be Free Software (FLOSS) and/or Open Hardware. 
 + 
 +As a starting pointworking with the software and hardware that participants already use is fineandto some extenteven encouraged, though. 
 + 
 +===== Expected Behaviour ===== 
 + 
 +==== Be Considerate ==== 
 + 
 +People who participate in CryptoParties come from a diversity of backgrounds. Even if they speak the same languagethey may have vastly different vocabularies. If in doubt, expect people to **not** ​ know a word, and explain it or ask if further explanation is needed. 
 + 
 +There is also differing perception of offensiveness of language. If you think your words may be perceived as offensive: Don't use them if you can. If you don't have another way of expressing yourself: Ask others to help you find better words. 
 + 
 +This is also true for behaviour in general. 
 + 
 +==== Be Helpful ==== 
 + 
 +If you see someone who is or who might be in distress, no matter how mildask if and how you can help. If you cannot act yourselfask someone else to step inplease. 
 + 
 +==== Collaborate! ==== 
 + 
 +We are in this together. Always. Shared joy is double the joyshared grief half the grief. 
 + 
 +Nobody has to be a heromartyror rockstarand you should ask others for help if you are impended to become one. 
 + 
 +==== Speak Up! ==== 
 + 
 +Never tolerate unacceptable behaviourbut also don't forget to give a shout-out to people who do good work! 
 + 
 +===== Unacceptable Behaviour ===== 
 + 
 +Intention and perception of speech and behaviour are always subjectivebut as a general statementwe find (in alphabetical order): 
 + 
 +  * abusive 
 +  * derogatory or demeaning 
 +  * discriminatory 
 +  * harassing 
 +  * intimidating 
 + 
 +speech or actions unacceptable,​ and our understanding of harassment includes ​(againin alphabetical order): 
 + 
 +  * deliberate intimidationstalking or following 
 +  * harassing photography or recording 
 +  * harmful or prejudicial verbal or written comments related to 
 +      * disability 
 +      * ethnicity 
 +      * gender 
 +      * heritage 
 +      * neurotype 
 +      * physical appearance 
 +      * religion 
 +      * sexual orientation 
 +  * inappropriate physical contactand unwelcome sexual attention 
 +  * inappropriate use of nudity and/or sexual images in public spaces (including presentation slides) 
 +  * sustained disruption of talks or other events 
 + 
 +==== Don't Hit On The Students! ==== 
 + 
 +While one of the aims of CryptoParty is to tear down walls, including those seperating teachers from students, there usually are some people at CryptoParty that come with the clear intention to teach. This comes with a responsibilitynot only by communicating clearly what your level of expertise is and what level of security students may gain by learning from youbut also considering the conflict of interest on the side of the students who are there to learn and who might be impressed by your knowledgepassionor patience. Please don't exploit this. 
 + 
 +==== Other People'​s Keyboards Are Lava ==== 
 + 
 +Don'​t ​touch anyone's keyboardbut your own. While it would be ok after asking for and gaining permission from a "don't violate people's private space" point of viewit still is bad from a didactic point of view. Even when there are weird problems with a computertake your time to dictate and explain even complicated procedures and commands. The student will learn moreand if afterwards problems arise from these actions maybe even weeks after the CryptoParty,​ the person who owns the computer might remember what was done, and what might be a source of problem. 
 + 
 +===== Resolving Conflict ===== 
 + 
 +No matter the effort you put into a nice and harmonic environmentthe moment will come where two people or groups of people will be in some sort of conflict that needs explicit attention and care. 
 + 
 +Many of these situations can be simply resolved by translating or spelling out the needs and expectations of both parties to each other as well as the events that led to the conflict. 
 + 
 +No matter the situationit is always good to have dedicated support for both sides of the conflict. Neither of the parties should be left alone in their struggle. 
 + 
 +Acute violence may require the immediate removal of one or both of the parties from the situation. If both are removed at oncetheir safety outside of the CryptoParty environment needs to be taken into consideration. 
 + 
 +Conflict should always be met with an assessment of 
 + 
 +  * the concern (how grave were the (alleged) offenses? how likely is a re-occurence?​ who else might get affected?)
 +  * the opportunity for resolution and the prevention of future offenses, and 
 +  * the capacity and resources of the people involved directly or indirectly to make use ofcreateand sustain those opportunities
 + 
 +and the improvement of community structures and processes accordingly. 
 + 
 +==== Silent Quitting ==== 
 + 
 +The loose and decentralized structure of CryptoParty makes it susceptible to //silent quitting//: people who occasionally participated suddenly staying away. Most often this is the result of priorities and time constraintsbut sometimes it is caused by discomfort in the presence of certain behaviour. There should be explicit opportunity for people to talk about this discomfort in order to resolve it. No matter how small the complaint isplease take it very seriously as it might be an indicator for deeper and more far-reaching issues! 
 + 
 +==== Accountability ==== 
 + 
 +This code of conduct only makes sense if people are held accountable for their actions. If you don't find your grievances addressed right awayplease ask for the support of people you are comfortable talking tobe it other participants,​ the organizers, the awareness team of your local CryptoParty,​ or people from the global community. If all else fails, it is also encouraged to make grievances public after having considered possible consequences for everybody involved. 
 + 
 +You can find contact information on the pages of your local CryptoParty chapteror on contact_addresses. 
 + 
 +It is the responsibility of the community to take care of both the accuser as well as the accused. 
 + 
 +==== Localize! ==== 
 + 
 +In the end the resolution of conflict is heavily dependent on culturelawand personal capabilities to deal with itso please extend this chapter to your needspublish and share the results! 
 + 
 +===== Decision Making / Finding Consensus ===== 
 + 
 +Decision making in CryptoParty is loosely based on consensus within the group of people affected by the decision. 
 + 
 +There are many ways of finding consensus, and people are encouraged to experiment with [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Consensus_decision-making|different methods]] to find out what works best for them in different situations/​circumstances. 
 + 
 +If you found a good way to find consensus in your local groupplease write it downpublicizeand share! 
 + 
 +===== Dogma ===== 
 + 
 +Dogma is for the privileged. It might be necessary or even beneficial to deviate from this code of conduct for a variety of reasonsand it is ok to do so, as long as this deviation is communicated very clearly, and there are no concerns by the local and/or global community. 
 + 
 +===== References / Further Reading ===== 
 + 
 +This code of conduct is one of many. Two very common ones that were partially used for this one are the [[http://​berlincodeofconduct.org/​|Berlin Code of Conduct]] and the [[https://​geekfeminism.org/​about/​code-of-conduct/​|Geek Feminism Code of Conduct]]. Another code of conduct in writing that was partly inspired by this code of conduct and could in return inspire it is the [[https://​pad.riseup.net/​p/​Mqyo7Pisx5I6|xHain Code of Conduct]] which itself was inspired by [[http://​www.sistersuncut.org/​saferspaces/​|the Sisters Uncut Code of Conduct]]. The processes suggested for resolving conflict are heavily inspired by Generation Five's [[http://​www.generationfive.org/​wp-content/​uploads/​2013/​07/​G5_Toward_Transformative_Justice-Document.pdf|Towards Transformative Justice]]. 
 +