Community and Diversity

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The Habari project is built on the idea that community is more important than code. As such, we, the Habari community, are committed to making you feel welcome.

We welcome people of any ability level, age, gender, race, ethnicity, religious belief, nationality, and sexual orientation. And we welcome ponies.

Members of the community should always treat others with respect, whatever their background or involvement with the project. Everyone is expected to help maintain a welcoming environment. This means not only policing your own actions, but taking responsibility to point out and take action to stop behavior that could be harmful to the community.

Of course, you are free to disagree with opinions and beliefs held by others, but not to be disrespectful towards them because of those opinions and beliefs.

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