Code of Conduct
php[architect] proudly stands by its long tradition of providing a safe, secure, and productive environment at all of our events. We want to provide a welcoming experience to all attendees, old and new, and enjoy the great hospitality that the community has to offer together. To help insure this, we will not condone any offensive behavior at our events. Please bring any concerns to the immediate attention of the conference organizers. Our official statement is below:
php[architect] is dedicated to providing a harassment-free event
experience for everyone and will not tolerate harassment or offensive
behavior in any form. Event participants violating these rules may be
sanctioned or expelled from the event without refund at the discretion
of the event organizers.
We ask that our attendees, if they experience any behavior that they feel is in violation of this Code of Conduct to responsibly report it to us. This report should be made in a timely matter (immediately) so that proper investigation can be done, and should be either made in person to a staff member (who will always be wearing orange staff shirts), or via sending a Direct Message on Twitter to @phparch which will be monitored at all times during our conferences.