All Pytroll projects and events follow a code of conduct. A link to the code of conduct can be found in the file in the Pytroll package source repositories.

This code of conduct applies to the project space (GitHub) as well as the public space online and offline when an individual is representing the project or the community. Online examples of this include the Pytroll Slack team, mailing list, and the Pytroll twitter account. This code of conduct also applies to in-person situations like Pytroll Contributor Weeks (PCW), conference meet-ups, or any other time when the project is being represented.

Any violations of this code of conduct will be handled by the core maintainers of the project including David Hoese, Martin Raspaud, and Adam Dybbroe. If you wish to report one of the maintainers for a violation and are not comfortable with them seeing it, please contact one or more of the other maintainers to report the violation. Responses to violations will be determined by the maintainers and may include one or more of the following:

  • Verbal warning
  • Ask for public apology
  • Temporary or permanent ban from in-person events
  • Temporary or permanent ban from online communication (Slack, mailing list, etc)