EuroPython 2015

Code of Conduct

EuroPython is a diverse community who maintains a reputation as a friendly, welcoming, inspiring and dynamic group. We’d like to keep it that way, which is why we ask all attendees, organizers and sponsors to follow this code of conduct (CoC).

Be nice to each other

We trust that attendees will treat each other in a way that reflects the widely held view that diversity and friendliness are strengths of our community to be celebrated and fostered.

Furthermore, we believe attendees have a right to:

  • be treated with courtesy, dignity and respect;
  • be free from any form of discrimination, victimization, harassment or bullying;
  • enjoy an environment free from unwelcome behavior, inappropriate language and unsuitable imagery.

Solving problems

If problems covered by this code of conduct arise, please contact one of EuroPython CoC contacts listed below or any other EuroPython organizer directly and in private. Any complaint will remain confidential, be taken seriously, investigated, and dealt with appropriately.

The EuroPython organizers reserve the right to carry out any of the following actions relating to a complaint:

  • The person concerned may be told to stop/modify his/her behavior appropriately and a warning will be issued.
  • The person concerned may be warned that enforcement action may be taken if the behavior continues.
  • The person concerned may be asked to leave the venue immediately and/or will be prohibited from continuing to attend EuroPython (without refund).
  • The incident may be reported to the local authorities.


  • - Emails to this address will be received by the EuroPython Communications Workgroup which is in charge of CoC conflict management.
  • Leire Ozaeta, Event Coordinator
    • email:
    • tel: +34 676344941
  • Marc-Andre Lemburg, EuroPython Society
    • email:
    • tel: +49 211 9304112

This document is based on the PyCon UK Code of Conduct and released under a creative commons license.