Education and collaboration are vital to the future of the OpenJS community, and it is imperative to us that everyone in the community that wants to participate feels welcome to do so regardless of gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, dis/ability, race, ethnicity, age, religion or economic status. The Linux Foundation code of conduct outlines our expectations for all those who participate in our community, as well as the consequences for unacceptable behavior.
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Below are the opt-in statistics from the 2020 OpenJS World event. Please note, the attendee demographic questions are optional for speakers and attendees and are based on opt-in only responses.
- Man: 73%
- Woman: 26%
- Non-Binary: <1%
- Prefer Not to Answer: 0%
- Man: 80%
- Woman: 14%
- Non-Binary: 1%
- Prefer Not to Answer: 5%
Our Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion
- OpenJS World 2021 is a free event – there are no barriers to entry, and all are encouraged to attend and participate
- No all male programs, keynote lineups, or panels
- Speakers are encouraged to complete the Linux Foundation’s complimentary Inclusive Speaker Orientation Course
- Captioning available via this year’s platform, YouTube
- All keynotes and sessions are publicly accessible during the event
Contact Us With Ideas
If you have ideas on how we can create a more inclusive event, please do not hesitate to let us know. Contact Angela Brown, SVP & General Manager of Events, at email@example.com.