Code of Conduct
This forum is subject to the Django Code of Conduct. It is a place for helpful, constructive questions and discussion about Django and the projects around it.
If at any time you feel like a post or a user has violated the Code of Conduct, please flag it to our moderators as inappropriate via the “flag” feature (click the three dots … on a post, and then the “flag” icon), so we can see it in context and handle it appropriately, escalating to the Django CoC team if appropriate.
You are also free to contact the main Django Code of Conduct team if you feel a matter is bigger in scope than just the forum, or if it involves one of the forum administrators or moderators. They can be reached at email@example.com.
Keep It Tidy
Please try to start topics in the right place, and minimise the amount of work us and our moderators have to do.
If you have a question, please post it once and don’t make multiple posts in multiple categories to try and get attention. Sometimes it takes a while for the right person to be able to see your post and reply to it!
Only post things you have the rights to
You may not post anything digital that belongs to someone else without permission (being under a permissive or open source license counts as permission). You may not post descriptions of, links to, or methods for stealing someone’s intellectual property (software, video, audio, images), or for breaking any other law.