Hey folks -- who do you think does Codes of Conduct really well? Can you share links? I've got a bunch collected but I am sure I'm missing some!

Relatedly -- do you have favorite examples of social expectations which _aren't_ codes of conduct (e.g. things that are more aspirational about how we should BE together but aren't codes of conduct because you shouldn't enforce aspirations in the same way you'd respond to harmful behaviors)?


@platypus Hi, you might already have this but I thought that the DLF Forum code of conduct was very well considered. diglib.org/about/code-of-condu

@jc yes, thank you! We're a DLF group so we'll be operating under that. However as it's also a grant-funded forum we're hoping to expand.

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