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You made this. And we thank you.
You made this. And we thank you.
Nikolas Badminton - Saying Yes to the Future of Conferences
Brit Charek - Learning to Say Yes: Our Experience at and Unconference
Alexandra Samuel - Why and How to Yes (And Yes Yes)
Ben Werdmuller - Dispatches from YxYY
Allison Laichter - Saying Yes! And Yes and Yes Yes
Molly Garris - Slideshare on YxYY
Ian McFarland: Poem - YxYY, Year 1
John Biehler - I said Yes to Yes by Yes Yes
Willo O'Brien - 400 People Say Yes
Mark Krynsky - My Experience at the YxYY Event
Genevieve Brannan - Yxyy
Christel Van Der Boom: Flipboard magazine
Everyone: Flickr account
Everyone: Flickr Group Pool
Ricky Montalvo: Underwater Photobooth
Brian Glick: Light Painting Photos
Natalie Villalobos: Epic Prom Dance-off Circle
Haley & Simone | Moving Portraits: YxYY Videos
YxYY unofficial teaser (burning marshmallows!) - http://vimeo.com/70089691
Say what? Say YES! (YxYY Day 1) - http://vimeo.com/70247690
Say Yes to Prom (YxYY Day 2) - http://vimeo.com/70818513
YxYY Boy by The Pool: Quinn Interviews Oliver - http://vimeo.com/70232375
Eddie Codel: Pool time at YxYY
Sam Friedman: YxYY Poolside Portraits
Say Yes - playlist on rdio
Kevin Cheng's Poolside Mix
DKR's 80s Prom Set
DJ Goodword's Prom Set
Evan's poolside chill music playlist
Be respectful of other people; respectfully ask people to stop if you are bothered; and if you can't resolve an issue contact the organizers. If you are being a problem, it will be apparent and you'll be asked to leave.
Yes and Yes Yes (YxYY) is an intentionally positive community that recognizes and celebrates the creativity and collaboration of independent members and the diversity of skills, talents, experiences, cultures, and opinions that they bring to YxYY.
YxYY is an inclusive environment, based on treating all individuals respectfully, regardless of gender (including transgender status), sexual orientation, age, disability, nationality, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or career path.
We value respectful behavior above individual opinions. This should be extended to hotel staff in addition to the YxYY community.
Respectful behavior includes:
Be considerate, kind, constructive, and helpful.
Avoid demeaning, discriminatory, harassing, hateful, or physically threatening behavior, speech, and imagery.
If you're not sure, ask someone instead of assuming.
We believe peer to peer discussions, feedback, and corrections can help build a stronger, safer, and more welcoming community.
If you see someone behaving disrespectfully, you are encouraged to respectfully discourage them from such behavior. Expect that others in the community wish to help keep the community respectful, and welcome your input in doing so.
If you experience disrespectful behavior and feel in any way unable to respond or resolve it respectfully (for any reason), please immediately bring it to the attention of an organizer. We want to hear from you about anything that you feel is disrespectful, threatening, or just icky in any way. We will listen and work to resolve the matter.
This Code of Conduct extends to all interaction in YxYY's online properties and mobile app. In addition to civil and respectful behavior when interacting in our digital spaces we expect you to avoid the following:
- Impersonating someone else
- Posting content to which you do not have the rights
- Posting offensive material that is hurtful to other community members
- Posting private information in public spaces
If you see any online harrasment, trolling, or other questionable behavior taking place in the YxYY mobile app, Facebook Group, HackPad or Slack community, please report it immediately to firstname.lastname@example.org.
APOLOGIZE FOR MISTAKES
Should you catch yourself behaving disrespectfully, or be confronted as such, own up to your words and actions, and apologize accordingly. No one is perfect, and even well-intentioned people make mistakes. What matters is how you handle them and that you avoid repeating them in the future.
Yes and Yes Yes is a safe space for people to come together and engage in an environment of openness and trust. It is imperative that we preserve this. If you are attending YxYY as a member of the Press you must abide by the following:
Everything is OFF THE RECORD unless you explicitly specify that a particular conversation or activity is on the record and you have received written consent from every person mentioned or pictured.
If the organizers determine that an event participant is behaving disrespectfully, the organizers may take any action they deem appropriate, up to and including expulsion and exclusion from the event without warning or refund.
As organizers, we will seek to resolve conflicts peacefully and in a manner that is positive for the community. We can't foresee every situation, and thus if in the organizers' judgment the best thing to do is to ask a disrespectful individual to leave, we will do so. We don’t like playing bad cop so please don't put us in this position.
Thank you to every YxYY community member for helping to make YxYY the respectful and inclusive community that it is.
Special thanks to YxYY community member, Tantek Çelik, & the other organizers of IndieWebCamp for creating and sharing the Code of Conduct on which this one is based. If you question the need for a CoC, please see this.