Code Of Conduct

The "Android Dev Hangout" community is comprised of professionals and volunteers from all over the globe.

Diversity and Inclusion is one of our strengths, but it can occasionally lead to conflict. To ensure our community members feel welcome, our code of conduct establishes a clear expectation for participants in our events. It is not an exhaustive list of prohibited behavior, but is a set of principles for maintaining a healthy community.

The code of conduct applies to every member of the community. You must follow these guidelines to attend our events.


If you observe or are subject to a violation of these guidelines, please report the matter to an organizer. Report violations by emailing We are committed to protecting the safety and privacy of anyone who reports a violation.


  • Be friendly and helpful.

  • Be welcoming. We strive to be a community that welcomes and supports people of all backgrounds and identities. This includes members of any ethnicity, color, culture, race, national origin, immigration status, social and economic class, educational level, sex, sexual orientation, age, size, gender identity and expression, religion, family status, political belief, and mental and physical ability.

  • Be considerate. Your feedback and interactions will be received by other people, and you in turn will depend on the interactions with others. We are a world-wide community, so you might not be communicating in someone else's first language.

  • Be respectful. People working together will sometimes disagree, but conflict is no excuse for bad behavior or personal attacks. Be respectful of everyone.

  • Be careful in the words that you choose. Conduct yourself professionally. Be kind to others. Refrain from all forms of harassment, including:

  • Avoid harassment. Refrain from all forms of harassment, including:

    • Violent language directed against another person.

    • Discriminatory jokes and language.

    • Posting sexually explicit or violent material.

    • Posting other people's personally identifying information ("doxing").

    • Any personal insults.

    • Unwelcome sexual attention.

    • Advocating for, threatening to do, or encouraging, any of the above behavior.

  • Be understanding. Strive to resolve disagreements constructively. Our contributors come from different backgrounds and have different perspectives. If you disagree with someone, seek to understand their perspective and share yours respectfully.