Code of Conduct

The Yellowbrick project is an open source, Python affiliated project. As a result, all interactions that occur with Yellowbrick must meet the guidelines described by the Python Software Foundation Code of Conduct. This includes interactions on all websites, tools, and resources used by Yellowbrick members including (but not limited to) mailing lists, issue trackers, GitHub, StackOverflow, etc.

In general this means everyone is expected to be open, considerate, and respectful of others no matter what their position is within the project.

Beyond this code of conduct, Yellowbrick is striving to set a very particular tone for contributors to the project. We show gratitiude for any contribution, no matter how small. We don’t only point out constructive criticism, we always identify positive feedback. When we communicate via text, we write as though we are speaking to each other and our mothers are in the room with us. Our goal is to make Yellowbrick the best possible place to do your first open source contribution, no matter who you are.