Operator Code of Conduct

AdmiralDAO prioritizes a friendly, safe, and comfortable environment. This applies to active Operators within all community spaces and public representation. Operators must adhere to the code's spirit and avoid exploiting loopholes.

A. Pledge: We pledge to create a harassment-free environment for all, regardless of their characteristics or background.

B. Standards

  • Using welcoming and inclusive language.

  • Being respectful of differing viewpoints and experiences.

  • Gracefully accepting constructive criticism.

  • Focusing on what is best for the community.

  • Showing empathy towards other community members.

C. Unacceptable behavior includes

  • Sexualized language or imagery.

  • Trolling, insults, or personal attacks.

  • Harassment, public or private.

  • Sharing private information without permission.

  • Other inappropriate conduct in a professional setting.

D. Responsibilities

  • Operators must uphold the Operator Code of Conduct.

  • They can take corrective action, remove or reject content that violates it, and ban contributors if necessary.

  • Operators must contribute to and work on AdmiralDAO-related projects.

E. Scope

  • The Code applies to all project and affiliate spaces

  • It also applies when representing the project or community publicly.

F. Enforcement

  • Report unacceptable behavior to contact@admiraldao.xyz.

  • Complaints will be reviewed and confidentiality maintained.

  • Non-compliant Operators may face temporary or permanent repercussions.

G. Moderation Procedures

  • Project-specific moderators will address conflicts and strive for restorative resolutions. There will be three moderators per project, rotated periodically.

  • Moderators will be a committee of community members under a confidentiality agreement, that have volunteered and approved to help evaluate conflicts.

  • Moderators will be expected to recuse themselves from mediating any issues in which they have a conflict of interest.

  • Decisions can be appealed once only, and immediate compliance with requests to stop harassment is expected.

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