Open Design: Code of Conduct
At Open Design we believe strongly in the need for Code of Conduct (CoC) within open collaborative projects, either online or in person.
As Open Design works in the online space as well as in-person events, we’ve published our two Code of Conducts on our GitHub repository.
There are two CoC’s for Open Design. One is for the in-person community events we have planned to test the methodology and collect research on how we conduct our workshops.
And a CoC that describes our ‘online’ or ‘remote’ participation from interested designers and OSS contributors.
On either of these CoC files, you can make change requests by ‘Pull Requesting‘ the Open Design repository or you can directly edit via the edit button that is located on the right side of the screen display and near the section that describes ‘Raw’ ‘Blame’ and ‘History’. You’ll need to click the icon that looks like a pencil with the alt text of ‘Edit this file’.