YetiForce
CODE OF CONDUCT
 
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The community around YetiForce keeps growing on a daily basis. Some of you have been with us since the very beginning of the project, while some others just recently discovered what YetiForce is. We want our cooperation on the project to be friendly and peaceful, but we do realize that in a community full of open source enthusiasts a difference of opinion - either between community members, or between community and the software producer - is not an uncommon thing. We prepared a short code of conduct to make our cooperation easier.
A TRANSPARENT MODEL
OF A SUCCESSFUL COOPERATION
 

BE KIND, PATIENT, AND TOLERANT

Remember that all of us had to start learning at some point.

Treat others and their contributions

the same way you want them to treat you and your contributions.

Remember that not everybody is fluent in English

Short answers do not necessarily mean that the person who answered is rude, but it might mean that despite the language barrier they still want to help you.

Be responsible and considerate

Remember that your contribution will be used by people all around the world, who will depend on its reliability.

Choose your words carefully and don’t insult

Insults and verbal abuse towards other community members will not be tolerated.

Remember about a difference of opinions

between you and other community members. We do not all think alike, and everyone is entitled to their opinion. You cannot force people to agree with you, what you can do is convincing them by presenting reasonable arguments that prove why your idea is great. Blaming others will not lead anywhere. Try to understand why that person has a different opinion.