rOpenSci OzUnconf Code of Conduct Reporting Form
To report on any potential violation of our Code of Conduct (http://ozunconf18.ropensci.org/coc/), please fill out this form to the best of your ability.

Code of Conduct violations reported through this form will be addressed by the rOpenSci OzUnconf Code of Conduct committee that includes Nick Tierney, Holly Kirk, Mathew Ling, and Saras Windecker.

This incident report is adapted from that of NumFOCUS https://numfocus.org/code-of-conduct

Please describe the nature of the Code of Conduct violation you would like to report, including a description of the behavior and your account of what happened. If reporting harassing language, be specific about the words used. Please email <oz-conduct@ropensci.org> to share any supporting records that pertain to the incident (e.g. screenshots, email, GitHub issue URL, photos). *
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Provide any identifying information of the individual whose behavior is being reported (e.g. name, nickname, screen name, physical description).
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Where did this incident occur? (Be specific: online location? name of rOpenSci event or physical location?) *
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When did this incident occur? (Please include details of a specific date and time if feasible.) *
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Is the incident is ongoing, or is this part of an ongoing pattern of behavior by this individual?
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Please describe any additional circumstances or context surrounding the incident.
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Did anyone else observe the incident? If possible, provide names and contact information of anyone else who witnessed or was involved.
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Is there any other information you believe we should have about what happened or that you'd like us to know?
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Your Name (Optional. If you provide your name it will not be shared, without your explicit permission, beyond the Committee members who receive the initial report.)
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Your Email and/or Phone (Optional. Being able to follow up with you makes it easier for us to investigate reports and consult with you about our plan for enforcement.)
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