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Christopher Neugebauer - 3 years ago 2017-08-17 17:09:34
chrisjrn@gmail.com
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*This procedure has been adopted from the Ada Initiative's guide titled "[Conference anti-harassment/Responding to Reports](http://geekfeminism.wikia.com/wiki/Conference_anti-harassment/Responding_to_reports "Ada Initive Anti-harassment Guide on Responding to Reports")".*
 
*This procedure has been adopted from the Ada Initiative's guide titled "[Conference anti-harassment/Responding to Reports](http://geekfeminism.wikia.com/wiki/Conference_anti-harassment/Responding_to_reports)".*
 

	
 
1\. Keep in mind that all conference staff will be wearing a conference t-shirt/button with the word "STAFF" on it (or otherwise clearly marked as staff). The staff will also be prepared to handle the incident. All of our staff are informed of the [code of conduct policy](/code-of-conduct "North Bay Python Code of Conduct") and guide for handling harassment at the conference. *There will be a mandatory staff meeting onsite at the conference when this will be reiterated.*
 
1\. Keep in mind that all conference staff will be wearing a conference t-shirt/button with the word "STAFF" on it (or otherwise clearly marked as staff). The staff will also be prepared to handle the incident. All of our staff are informed of the [code of conduct policy](/code-of-conduct) and guide for handling harassment at the conference. *There will be a mandatory staff meeting onsite at the conference when this will be reiterated.*
 

	
 
2\. Report the harassment incident (preferably in writing) to a conference staff member. All reports are confidential. Please do not disclose public information about the incident until the staff have had sufficient time in which to address the situation. This is as much for your safety and protection as it is the other attendees.
 

	
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**Note**: Incidents that violate the Code of Conduct are extremely damaging to the community, and they will not be tolerated. The silver lining is that, in many cases, these incidents present a chance for the offenders, and the community at large, to grow, learn, and become better. North Bay Python staff requests that they be your first resource when reporting a North Bay Python-related incident, so that they may enforce the Code of Conduct and take quick action toward a resolution.
 

	
 
A listing of [North Bay Python staff is located here](/about/team "About the North Bay Python team"), including contact phone numbers. If at all possible, all reports should be made directly to conference chair [Christopher Neugebauer](mailto:chrisjrn@northbaypython.org "chrisjrn@northbaypython.org").
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A listing of [North Bay Python staff is located here](/about/team), including contact phone numbers. If at all possible, all reports should be made directly to conference chair [Christopher Neugebauer](mailto:chrisjrn@northbaypython.org).
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*This procedure has been adopted from the Ada Initiative's guide titled "[Conference anti-harassment/Responding to Reports](http://geekfeminism.wikia.com/wiki/Conference_anti-harassment/Responding_to_reports "Ada Initive Anti-harassment Guide on Responding to Reports")".*
 
*This procedure has been adopted from the Ada Initiative's guide titled "[Conference anti-harassment/Responding to Reports](http://geekfeminism.wikia.com/wiki/Conference_anti-harassment/Responding_to_reports)".*
 

	
 
Be sure to have a good understanding of our Code of Conduct policy, which can be found here: [https://northbaypython.org/code-of-conduct](/code-of-conduct "North Bay Python Code of Conduct")
 
Be sure to have a good understanding of our Code of Conduct policy, which can be found here: [https://northbaypython.org/code-of-conduct](/code-of-conduct)
 

	
 
Also have a good understanding of what is expected from an attendee that wants to report a harassment incident. These guidelines can be found here: [https://northbaypython.org/code-of-conduct/harassment-incidents](/code-of-conduct/harassment-incidents "North Bay Python attendee procedure for incident handling")
 
Also have a good understanding of what is expected from an attendee that wants to report a harassment incident. These guidelines can be found here: [https://northbaypython.org/code-of-conduct/harassment-incidents](/code-of-conduct/harassment-incidents)
 

	
 
Try to get as much of the incident in written form by the reporter. If you cannot, transcribe it yourself as it was told to you. The important information to gather include the following:
 

	
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If some attendees were angered by the incident, it is best to apologize to them that the incident occurred to begin with.  If there are residual hard feelings, suggest to them to write an email to the conference chair or to the event coordinator. It will be dealt with accordingly.
 

	
 
A listing of [North Bay Python staff is located here](/about/team "About the North Bay Python team"), including contact phone numbers. If at all possible, all reports should be made directly to conference chair [Christopher Neugebauer](mailto:chrisjrn@northbaypython.org "chrisjrn@northbaypython.org").
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If you've never presented at a conference before and think you might like to try it, we want to hear from you! The program committee is *very* much interested in encouraging and supporting new speakers, and we will be able to provide detailed feedback and work with you to develop your proposal and talk content so you can give the best talk possible.
 

	
 
In the interest of transparency, we have documented our [selection process](/program/selection-process "North Bay Python proposal selection process"). Portions of this page were drawn from ideas seen on [DjangoCon EU](https://djangocon.eu "DjangoCon Europe"), [SeaGL](https://seagl.org "Seattle GNU Linux"), [Fog City Ruby](http://www.fogcityruby.com/speak/ "Fog City Ruby"), and others. Thanks to all for their inspiration and permission to borrow!
 
In the interest of transparency, we have documented our [selection process](/program/selection-process). Portions of this page were drawn from ideas seen on [DjangoCon EU](https://djangocon.eu), [SeaGL](https://seagl.org), [Fog City Ruby](http://www.fogcityruby.com/speak/), and others. Thanks to all for their inspiration and permission to borrow!
 

	
 
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North Bay Python is dedicated to featuring a diverse and inclusive speaker lineup.
 

	
 
**All speakers will be expected to have read and adhere to the conference [Code of Conduct](/code-of-conduct "North Bay Python Code of Conduct"). In particular for speakers: slide contents and spoken material should be appropriate for a professional audience including people of many different backgrounds. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate, and neither are language or imagery that denigrate or demean people based on race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, physical appearance, disability, or body size.**
 
**All speakers will be expected to have read and adhere to the conference [Code of Conduct](/code-of-conduct). In particular for speakers: slide contents and spoken material should be appropriate for a professional audience including people of many different backgrounds. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate, and neither are language or imagery that denigrate or demean people based on race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, physical appearance, disability, or body size.**
 

	
 
We will make every effort to provide accommodations for speakers and attendees of all abilities—all we ask is that you let us know so we can prepare accordingly.
 

	
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## Resources
 

	
 
This [public speaking](https://github.com/vmbrasseur/Public_Speaking "Public Speaking Resource Repository by VM Brasseur") repository, maintained by [VM Brasseur](https://twitter.com/vmbrasseur "VM Brasseur on Twitter"), has many useful resources to help you polish your proposals and talks.
 
This [public speaking](https://github.com/vmbrasseur/Public_Speaking) repository, maintained by [VM Brasseur](https://twitter.com/vmbrasseur), has many useful resources to help you polish your proposals and talks.
 

	
 
### Office Hours and Mentorship
 

	
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If you have an idea (or don't!) and want to speak, here's a very rough process of what you should do next:
 

	
 
+ Brainstorm or [mind map](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mind_map "Wikipedia Entry on Mind Mapping") to expand upon your ideas or knowledge in search of a general topic
 
+ Brainstorm or [mind map](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mind_map) to expand upon your ideas or knowledge in search of a general topic
 
+ Write a paragraph or two, or some bullet points, to outline the core concepts you want to communicate and what people might learn from your talk
 
+ Get someone you trust to read your notes and tell you what they think they'd learn
 
+ Attend our office hours to get help building up your submission
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