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Australian BioCommons Code of Conduct

Christiansen, Jeff; Kerr, Fiona; Hall, Christina; Lonie, Andrew

The Australian BioCommons (or “BioCommons”, https://www.biocommons.org.au/) is a digital capability that is enhancing Australian research in its ability to understand the molecular basis of life across environmental, agricultural and biomedical science. 

A core component of our philosophy is to engage Australian bioscience researchers as inclusively and widely as possible, and the BioCommons values the involvement of everyone in this community and is committed to creating a friendly and respectful place for learning, training, sharing experiences, and contributing. All participants in any of our events, as well as users of our platforms and services are expected to show respect and courtesy to all others, and are expected to conform to this Code of Conduct.

This Code of Conduct applies to all spaces managed by the BioCommons including, but not limited to, physical and virtual meetings and workshops, email lists, online forums, other spaces such as social media groups or repositories as well as platforms and services operated by the BioCommons and our delivery partners. Enforcement of the Code of Conduct will be timely and respectful. During BioCommons organised events, local hosts or facilitators will be expected to assist with enforcement of the Code of Conduct.

The Australian BioCommons Code of Conduct, is adapted from the EMBL-Australia Bioinformatics Resource (EMBL-ABR) Code of Conduct, which was adapted from the Software Carpentry and Data Carpentry Foundation's Code of Conduct.
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