The Handmade community strives to create an environment conducive to
innovation, education, and constructive discussion. To that end, we expect
members of the site to respect a basic set of principles to maintain civil
discourse and create an inclusive environment. It is up to the discretion
of the moderators to determine when these guidelines are being met, and
they are permitted to act accordingly. If you feel an action has been made
against you unreasonably, please contact an admin
privately with your grievance and we will review the decision.
Some loose principles to follow while on handmade.network:
- We're mostly business, with a bit of fun. Discussion should primarily be about software development, and in
particular about the relevant project or topic given in the title where you are discussing. Overt advertising
(beyond reasonably relevant mention or reference) in other projects will not be tolerated.
- Support arguments with evidence and rational discussion. Don't resort to ad hominem attacks or personality
- Differing opinions are valuable and should be respected. Not everyone sees eye-to-eye on every
matter, but we're all trying to write useful software. Try to keep an open mind.
- Language has meaning, and can be used in destructive ways. Be aware that what you say may not seem
injurious to you, but might make someone else's experience on the site tangibly worse. If you are asked to
reconsider your conduct, please exercise some introspection. We want everyone to feel welcome here.
Last updated by Andrew Chronister on April 23, 2016, 1:39 a.m.