If you believe you’re experiencing unacceptable behavior that will not be tolerated as outlined above, please use our contact email email@example.com to report. Reports go directly to XCF Token’s Community department.
After receiving a concise description of your situation, they will review and determine next steps. In addition to conducting any investigation, they can provide a range of resources, from a private consultation to other community resources. They will involve other colleagues or outside specialists (such as legal counsel), as needed to appropriately address each situation.
If you feel you have been unfairly accused of violating these guidelines, please follow the same reporting process.
Reports will receive an email notice of receipt. Once an incident has been investigated and a decision has been communicated to the relevant parties, all have the opportunity to appeal this decision by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Rewards for participation
XCF Token often rewards community volunteers for participation in events, event organization, or other activities related to XCF Token. These rewards or incentives are not monetary payments and cannot be taken as the volunteer being employed or contracted by XCF Token. In addition, XCF Token may at its own discretion, support events that bear its name with non-monetary means, such as, but not limited to, food, drinks or venue hire.
Limit of Liability for volunteer words and actions.
XCF Token strongly supports and encourages participation from its community, but cannot be held liable for words and actions of volunteers, even at community events. This means that volunteers agree to take responsibility for their words and actions and XCF Token will only be liable for words and actions by its employees and contractors, and by extension, those printed in its own materials.
Everyone is encouraged to ask questions about these guidelines. If you are organizing an event or activity, reach out for tips building inclusion for your event, activity or space. Your input is welcome and you will always get a response within 24 hours (or on the next weekday, if it is the weekend) if you reach out to email@example.com.
License and attribution
This set of guidelines is distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license.
These guidelines have been adapted with modifications from Mozilla’s current community guidelines, Mozilla’s original Community Participation Guidelines, the Ubuntu Code of Conduct, Mozilla’s View Source Conference Code of Conduct, and the Rust Language Code of Conduct, which are based on Stumptown Syndicate’s Citizen Code of Conduct. Additional text from the LGBTQ in Technology Code of Conduct and the WisCon code of conduct.