The annual Python programming conference for professionals, entrepreneurs, scientists, academics and students.

PyCon Namibia is governed by a formal code of conduct. In short, participants are expected to contribute to an environment that is open and welcoming, considerate and respectful.

The code of conduct

All attendees are expected to show respect and courtesy to others throughout the conference and at all conference events.

All communication should be appropriate for a general audience, which will include people from many different backgrounds.

Sexual language and imagery are not welcome.

PyCon Namibia will not tolerate:

  • sexist, racist or other exclusionary language, imagery or behaviour
  • intimidating or threatening language or behaviour
  • insulting or unpleasant language or behaviour
  • harassment or unwanted attention of any form

If there is a problem

If you are troubled by the behaviour of another attendee at the conference, or are concerned that another attendee may be in distress, please speak immediately to any member of conference staff.

Your concern will be heard in confidence and taken seriously.

Conference staff - volunteers and organisers - will be on hand throughout the conference. Any concern, whatever it is, will be immediately passed on to a member of the conference committee.

The committee will investigate promptly and if necessary will take appropriate action. A person whose behaviour is incompatible with the standards we expect will be required to leave the event.