GNOME Speaker Guidelines


Several months ago, people raised the issues of some inappropriate
comments made during various talks. The board worked on resolving those
issues, and then proposed the creation of guidelines to have better ways
to limit such inappropriate comments, as well as to answer similar
issues that would be raised in the future.

The result is a document listing a set of guidelines to help speakers
avoid offending the audience, in order to have the talks enjoyed by as
many people as possible:

We would like to encourage everybody who will deliver at a talk at a
GNOME event, or who will represent GNOME with a GNOME talk at other
events, to go read those guidelines!

Many thanks to Matthew Garrett for his initial work on this, and to the
community for the feedback sent after we've published a draft of this



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