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Splunk Event Code of Conduct
Splunk believes in the power of the community. We are committed to building an environment where innovative
thinkers come together to share and learn new ways of using technology. This Event Code of Conduct outlines
the rules that you need to follow to help ensure that the Splunk events are safe, fun and enlightening for everyone.
All participants at any Splunk event are required to follow this code. If you are exhibiting behavior that is
determined by Splunk or their representatives to violate this code, they may take any action they deem appropriate,
including warning or removing you from the event. No refund will be made to anyone who is asked to leave the event
due to a violation of the code.
Have fun and learn!
Respect other participants
Be kind and respectful to others
Engage with others
Remain professional and courteous
Use good judgment
Consider others' feelings before you act
Insult or put down anyone at the event, even if you think you're 'just joking';
sexist, religious, racist, discriminatory, gender, sexual orientation, physical
appearance, disability, age or other similarly derogatory-based jokes or comments
are never acceptable at any Splunk event
Harass others or behave in a way that is uncivil or intended to be derogatory or
hateful towards others
Take photos or recordings of others (or their materials) without their permission
Sell merchandise or exhibit any of your company material at any event without your
company's and Splunk's prior written permission
Display derogatory, demeaning (e.g., sexually suggestive, crude, racist), or otherwise
offensive images in public places
If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns
during the event, please contact an event staff member. Event staff members will be wearing badges or clothing to indicate their position.
Event staff will be happy to help participants contact venue security or local law enforcement, provide safety escorts, or otherwise assist
those experiencing harassment to feel safe during Splunk events. We value your attendance and cooperation. Thank you for attending!