EC Slack Community Guidelines

COMMUNITY GUIDELINES
#NashEC is a place to collaborate, discuss new ideas, find work, or get feedback.
We’ve developed a loose set of guidelines to help you navigate the online community:

CREATE CONVERSATION
We encourage members to create meaningful and respectful discussion around their experiences and ideas/businesses.

We have a number of topic channels. Please navigate through the existing channels to see if the topic you’re interested in exists before creating a new one. Quality over quantity!

INTRODUCE YOURSELF
All new members of the EC are encouraged to introduce themselves in the #general channel upon arrival. Give the community a short description of who you are and what you’re working on. Feel free to share what you are looking to get out of the community, as well.

BE AUTHENTIC
We encourage members to use their real name and represent themselves with a profile photo. Do not misrepresent yourself.

SELF-PROMOTION
You’re invited to share what you are working on and keep the community up to date as you release new features or products, but please create discussion around your work. Do not simply post the link and leave.

ACT PROFESSIONAL
#NashEC is a community of professionals. Although we encourage humour and shenanigans, please be respectful and courteous to other members.

As with any large group of people, disagreements will happen. We understand that you’ll have some strong opinions, but we still expect courtesy during a debate, and expect you to refrain from personal attacks.

The EC community is dedicated to providing harassment-free experiences for everyone regardless of who they are or what they believe. We do not tolerate harassment in any form.

RULE VIOLATIONS
Failure to adhere to the community guidelines can result in your messages being removed. Repeated violation will result in loss of access to the community.

If you or someone else is subject to harassment, or you have a concern, please contact jeremy.raley@ec.co. The EC community is a welcoming and friendly place – thank you for being a part of it.

This Code of Conduct has learned and borrowed much from others - especially #Launch and NashJF. Thank you to all who provided inspiration and feedback.