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These conferences have adopted a policy similar to our anti-harassment policy.

Implement the policy at your conferenceEdit

See Conference anti-harassment for our complete set of resources.

Sponsors requiring a policy for all sponsored events Edit

Speculative Fiction and Fandom Conventions Edit

Free and Open Source Software Conferences Edit

General free and open source software conferences Edit

Python conferences Edit

Linux conferences Edit

Drupal conferences Edit

WordPress conferences Edit

Ruby conferences Edit

Perl conferences Edit

Other language or project-specific free and open source software conferences Edit

Wikimedia and Wiki Conferences Edit

Software Development Conferences Edit

  • AltConf a community-driven event alongside Apple's WWDC
  • Asbury Agile web development conference
  • devmob 2014 multiplatform barcamp conference (not derived from this policy)
  • Devsigner (derived from OpenSourceBridge policy)
  • Distill 2014 (not derived from this policy)
  • DroidCon 2014 Android conference (not derived from this policy)
  • JSFoo 2014 (derived from PyCon's policy which is in turn derived from Geek Feminism)

Technical Conferences Edit

Computer Security and Hacker Conferences Edit

Speculative Fiction and Fandom ConventionsEdit

See: Conference anti-harassment/Adoption/SFF for the list of Speculative Fiction and Fandom (SFF) cons; including Anime, Steampunk, and Comic Cons, that have adopted policies.

Libtech, Library, and Archive Conferences Edit

Humanities Conferences Edit

Scientific and Academic Conferences Edit

Skeptic and Science-Related Conferences Edit

Found on that site:

Not found on other site:

Hackathons Edit

Other Geek-related Conferences Edit

Makerspaces/Hackerspaces/Community Workshops Edit

  • CoMotion makerspace at University of Washington
  • I3 Detroit hackerspace in Detroit, MI (not derived from this policy)
  • Interlock Rochester hackerspace in Rochester, NY (not derived from this policy)
  • MakeHackVoid (not derived from this policy)
  • MakeHartford makerspace in Hartford, CT (not derived from this policy)
  • Makerspace Urbana makerspace in Urbana-Champaign, (not derived from this policy)
  • MetaLab makerspace in Vienna, Austria (references an article by the Ada Initiative's ValerieAurora)
  • Milwaukee Makerspace in Milwaukee, WI (not derived from this policy)
  • Windsor Hackforge hackerspace in Windsor, Ontario, Canada (not derived from this policy)
  • ylab (not derived from this policy)

Also see the Feminist_and_women's_hackerspaces list.

Live-Action Roleplaying Games Edit

Meetups and User GroupsEdit

See: Conference anti-harassment/Adoption/Meetups_and_User_Groups for the list of meetups and user groups.

Coworking Spaces Edit

Bands Edit

Other Events Edit

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