Code of Conduct

MiniDebConf Palakkad is committed to be a safe environment for all participants. All attendees are expected to treat all people and facilities with respect and help create a welcoming environment. All participants at MiniDebConf must follow both the DebConf Code of Conduct and the Debian Code of Conduct.

If you notice behaviour that fails to meet this standard, please speak up and help to keep MiniDebconf as respectful as we expect it to be. If you are harassed and requests to stop are not successful, or notice a disrespectful environment, the organizers want to help you.

You can contact the organizing team at

We will treat your request with dignity and confidentiality, investigate, and take whatever actions appropriate.

Your security and well-being is our priority, if our intervention is not successful, MiniDebConf team reserves the right to take action against those who do not cease unacceptable behaviour.

To Report An Incident

Code of Conduct enforcement and incident response for MiniDebConf Palakkad 2022 will be handled by members of the MiniDebConf Palakkad 2022 organizing team. If you notice a violation of the Code of Conduct (either towards yourself or someone else), notice other harassment, or are generally made uncomfortable by a situation and want to talk to someone about it, do not hesitate to reach out to the organizing team. You can email the whole team at india [dot] mini [at] debconf [dot] org

What Counts As An Incident?

Anything that someone feels is in violation of the MiniDebConf Code of Conduct is an incident. Incidents also include but not limited to:

What Counts as MiniDebConf?

This is a tricky question. Do things people say on Twitter count as MiniDebConf? What if someone makes a blog post during the conference? When in doubt, reach out to us anyway and let’s talk.