Code of Conduct

We, as contributors and maintainers, commit to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for everyone participating in our project and community, irrespective of their age, size, disability, ethnicity, gender, experience, nationality, appearance, race, religion, sexual identity, and orientation.
Our Standards
Positive behaviors include using inclusive language, respecting diverse perspectives, accepting constructive feedback, prioritizing community interests, and showing empathy. Unacceptable behaviors include using sexualized language or imagery, trolling, making derogatory comments or personal/political attacks, harassing others publicly or privately, disclosing others' private information without consent, and any other unprofessional conduct.
Our Responsibility
Project maintainers must clarify acceptable behavior standards and fairly address any unacceptable behavior. They have the authority to modify or remove comments, commits, code, wiki edits, issues, and other contributions not in line with the Code of Conduct. They can also temporarily or permanently ban contributors for any behavior deemed inappropriate, threatening, offensive, or harmful.
This Code of Conduct applies to project spaces and public spaces where individuals represent the project or community, such as using an official email or social media account or acting as a representative at events. Project maintainers may further define what constitutes representation.


Report abusive or unacceptable behavior to the project team at [email protected]. The team will confidentially investigate all complaints and respond appropriately. Specific enforcement policies may be posted separately. Project maintainers failing to uphold the Code of Conduct may face repercussions as decided by the project's leadership.


This Code of Conduct is adapted from the Contributor Covenant version 1.4.
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