Code of Conduct

PyCon Latam is a conference organized by the Py Latam community. Its goals include the promotion and improvement of communication, collaboration and integration among developers in Latin America.

We appreciate the participation of everyone involved in the Python community and want all participants to have an enjoyable and satisfying experience. Inspired by the PSF's code of conduct, all community participants −including attendees, speakers, volunteers, sponsors and organizers− must show respect and courtesy to others at each conference-related interaction. To accomplish this, any person involved must conform to the following Code of Conduct.



Everyone is welcome. We want everyone to have a great experience regardless of gender, sexual orientation, physical appearance, disability, race, or religion. Py Latam is a community that does not tolerate harassment.

Be respectful and kind to others. Do not insult or expose others based on personal characteristics. Be professional and completely avoid making comments or jokes with sexist, racist or religious undertones.

Intimidation, stalking, harassment, taking pictures, making inappropriate physical contact or unwanted sexual attention of or against other event participants is strictly prohibited. Participants who are asked to stop any harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately.

Choose your words carefully. This includes all content generated by and for the community. Such content should be appropriate for a professional environment including multiple backgrounds. Sexual language, implications or examples are not considered appropriate in any context.

Attendees who are caught or reported to be in violation of these rules will be asked, by one of the organizers, to leave the conference and will not be entitled to ask for a refund of any fees paid.