Philly Dev Night Code of Conduct
Dev Night has become a vibrant and varied slice of Philly, gathering artists, designers, developers, athletes, wrestlers, musicians, bikers, jugglers, parents, children, and more. We have a vested interest in making our community a good one. That’s why we have guidelines for how community members treat one another. If you violate these rules, you may be asked to leave.
Remember that Dev Night is an all-ages space. It’s important to be aware of your audience and give people the opportunity to opt-out of participating in a showcase or an event.
We firmly believe that everyone who visits Dev Night has a right to the open exchange of ideas and critique. No one is too much of an expert or too fresh of a newbie to show us their work. Basically, we don’t tolerate making other people feel stupid.
Like we said above—everyone has the right to bring their ideas to Dev Night. We’re interested in what you’re working on and we want to get to know you. We will not tolerate discrimination against other community members based on age, race, gender, and orientation. We choose to confront instances of harassment, rather than looking the other way.
Respecting the Space
Right now, Dev Night is generously hosted by a variety of different venues across Philadelphia. Because we don’t own these spaces, respect for our surroundings is essential. Theft and property damage are not tolerated. Don’t be destructive, whether that’s leaving a mess or kicking a hole in the wall.
If, at any point, you feel like you were involved in inappropriate activity, please get in contact with a Dev Knight as soon as possible. Reporting disrespectful behavior to a Dev Knight will result in fast disciplinary action.
If there are any questions, concerns, or general feedback, don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
If you wish to contact the Dev Knights anonymously, you can do so using this form.