Volunteer Guidelines

1. I agree that WordCamps are meant to benefit the local WordPress community through live events and the broader WordPress community through the sharing of online video and other materials.

2. I agree that a WordCamp is a casual, locally- and volunteer-organized event, focused on WordPress and reflecting the local WordPress community it represents.

3. By officially associating myself with WordCamp as a (speaker / sponsor / volunteer / organizer), I understand that in this role I represent the WordPress project and its values.

4. I understand that the values of the WordPress project include:

a) no discrimination on the basis of economic or social status, race, color, ethnic origin, national origin, creed, religion, political belief, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, or disability
b) no incitement to violence or promotion of hate
c) no spammers
d) no jerks
e) respect the WordPress trademark
f) embrace the WordPress license; If distributing WordPress-derivative works (themes, plugins, WP distros), any person or business officially associated with WordCamp should give their users the same freedoms that WordPress itself provides: 100% GPL or compatible, the same guidelines we follow on WordPress.org.
g) don’t promote companies or people that distribute WordPress derivative works which aren’t 100% GPL compatible

5. I agree that WordCamps are not-for-profit events, organized with budget and funding transparency.

6. I agree that WordCamps should be accessible to as many people as possible, regardless of financial status.