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== sources ==
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29C3 Anti-Harassment Policy. Retrieved January 6, 2013 from https://events.ccc.de/congress/2012/wiki/29C3_Anti-Harassment_Policy (Originally posted by Julia on Nov 8th, some edits, final version december 27th)
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Aurora, Valerie. (2013, January 2). Ending sexism in hacker culture: A work in progress. Retrieved January 6, 2013 from http://adainitiative.org/2013/01/ending-sexism-in-hacker-culture-a-work-in-progress/
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Opening Event:
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&list=UUG4QMB95FR6Df6XdQwn8gSg&v=EF4nv5Ks_dk#t=471s
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[bios speaking:]
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if you happen to be in some kind of emergency
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or if you touch the wrong end of the soldering iron
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we have a medical team no standby, they are down next to the cash desk
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[ Slide reads:
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Emergencies of all kinds
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  * Medical issues: Call 112 or 911. Via DECT!
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  * Abuse & Harassment: Call 113
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  * Also provides deescalation services
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]
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but you can call them, you can  call 112 or 911
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but please make sure that you are on DECTS. dont call 112 on GSM
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if you're bored and need someone to hang out!
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(some laughter)
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yeah.
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apparently that has happened before.
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new this year - we had it last year but I don't think it was
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organized such as this year - we have an.. we have the network
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abuse team, so if you're on the steram and happen to be a network
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provider and something strange has happened to your network
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and you suspect that we're to blame, i think the full page for abuse
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handling is also online or check the RIPE entry.
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you probably know what to do.
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but we also have some some abuse and anti-harrassment - so not-harrassment - team.
 +
(some laughter)
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they are available at 113 and they also provide deescalation services
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if you have some problems or if something strange is happening
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just give them a call and they will talk to you and we'll try to help
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you and hopefully we'll help you.
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(applause).
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Closing Event:
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8IPBmEUV7o&list=UUG4QMB95FR6Df6XdQwn8gSg&feature=player_detailpage#t=1675s
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[bios + frank rieger, frank rieger speaking:]
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so we had this year also a team caring for abuse of other things, namely harrassment,
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that was the awareness team
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they were around to help people when they felt mistreated
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or abused or harrassed in some way.
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they said they had about 20 calls on the hotline
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one warning was actually issused
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one person removed from the premises
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because of behaviour.
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we also removed one nazi from the premises.
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(big applause)
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the feedback from the awareness team was
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they felt that their work was worthwhile and that was good.
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thanks to the awareness team for that.
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so to just clean up this misunderstanding: theses
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green and red and yellow cards that have been
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discussed so much were not the work of the
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awareness team and were not the work of the organizers.
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that was some people who felt them necessary but
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my personal opinion is it's not really necessary to import
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this kind of thing to our conferences.
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(big appluase)
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because we care for your safety and we
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care for if anybodys feeling harrassed and we don't need
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stupid cards for that, thanks.
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(big applause)
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== preceding metalab discussion ==

Version vom 8. Januar 2013, 19:58 Uhr

the petition

[DRAFT PETITION]

English version

The Hackerspace anti-Discrimination "Be Awesome To Each Other" Pledge

The purpose of this pledge is to address the issue of discrimination in our hacker communities. We, Hackers of the Universe, realize that discrimination of all forms is damaging to our efforts to build a viable community, and with the purpose of addressing the issue of discriminatory practices, we put forward this Pledge to Be Awesome to Each Other.

If you agree that there is no room for discrimination - of any kind - in the Hacker community, then please join us by signing this Pledge, and encouraging your friends and associates - and strangers too - to join in making Hacker spaces safe for people of all kinds.

Definition

DISCRIMINATION is the treatment or consideration of, or making a distinction in favor of or against, a person based on the group, class, sex, or category to which that person belongs rather than on individual merit.

DISCRIMINATION is the unfair treatment of a person, sex, racial group, minority, etc., i.e. action based on prejudice.

Pledge

We, the undersigned, hereby Pledge:

  • to understand the meaning of discrimination as it has been defined in this Pledge, and to apply this meaning to our world with a common purpose of the removal of the effects of discrimination from our Group
  • to personally avoid discrimination as an operational social process in our personal actions, daily, and in our social involvement with others in the Hackerspace scene
  • to point out and dissuade any instance of discrimination in our environment, when we see it, such that it no longer prevents those being discriminated against from Hacking, learning, exploring as a part of our Group
  • to ensure that those who join us to Hack, to learn, explore, and engage the universe with technology, are allowed to do so in a fashion that makes them feel welcome, able, and willing to be there, participating with those they choose to work with in Hacking the Universe
  • to engage those who would discriminate, with courage and conviction, such that doing so does not result in creating the very condition of discrimination (against them) that we are attempting to repair
  • to encourage and inspire others to reduce Discrimination where they see it, actively and as a regular requirement of participation
  • to enlighten, never persecute, no matter how much patience that may require
  • to continue to promote the purpose of freedom from discrimination to all people, whatever and whoever they are, and to allow those who are willing to explore, engage and Hack the Universe to feel safe in doing so in our Hacker Space
  • to Be Excellent To Each Other, wherever and whoever we are

Signatures ...


German version

The Hackerspace anti-Discrimination "Be Awesome To Each Other" Pledge

Bekenntnis zum Bestreben nach diskriminierungsfreien Hackerspaces [better translation for this anyone?]

Das Ziel dieser Erklärung ist es, das Problem der Diskriminierung in unseren Hacker Communities anzusprechen. Wir, Hackerinnen und Hacker des Universums, erkennen, dass Diskriminierung in all ihren Ausprägungen unseren Bemühungen eine inspirierende Gemeinschaft zu schaffen, schadet. Mit dieser Petition wollen wir die Probleme, die durch diskriminierende Handlungen hervorgerufen werden, anerkennen und Menschen in Hackerspaces dazu aufrufen, respekt- und liebevoll miteinander umzugehen.

Wenn auch du der Meinung bist, dass in der Hacker Community kein Platz für jegliche Form von Diskriminierung ist, dann schließe dich uns bitte an, indem du diese Petition unterzeichnest. Ermuntere auch deine Freunde, Bezugspersonen und Fremde mitzuhelfen, Hackerspaces zu sicheren und einladenden Räumen für alle Menschen zu machen.

Definition

Diskriminierung bezeichnet positives oder negatives Beurteilen von und Verhalten gegenüber Menschen aufgrund deren Zugehörigkeit zu einem bestimmten Geschlecht, einer sozialen Gruppe, oder einer anderen Kategorie, anstatt eines Verhaltens, das auf individuellen Charakteristika basiert.

Diskriminierung ist die Ungleichbehandlung einer Person, eines Geschlechts, einer ethnischen Gruppe, einer Minderheit, etc., aufgrund von Vorurteilen gegenüber dieser Gruppe.

Erklärung

Wir, die Unterzeichner*Innen dieser Petition, erklären hiermit:

  • dass wir die Bedeutung des Begriffes „Diskriminierung“ verstehen, so wie er in dieser Erklärung definiert wurde und uns in unserer Umgebung dafür einsetzen, die Auswirkungen von Diskriminierung zu minimieren.
  • to personally avoid discrimination as an operational social process in our personal actions, daily, and in our social involvement with others in the Hackerspace scene
  • dass wir Diskriminierung als einen operationalen sozialen Prozess [ev. bessere Formulierung für operational social process] in unseren eigenen Handlungen und in Interaktion mit anderen, besonders in der Hacker Community, zu unterlassen.
  • dass wir jegliche Form von Diskriminierung aufzeigen werden, wenn wir eine solche erleben. Wir werden dies tun, damit jene, die von diskrimierendem Verhalten betroffen sind, nicht davon abgehalten werden, als ein Teil unserer Gruppe zu hacken, zu lernen und zu entdecken.
  • dass wir allen Menschen, die mit uns hacken, lernen, entdecken und sich in die Welt der Technologien vertiefen möchten, in einer Art und Weise begegnen, die ihnen vermittelt, dass sie willkommen sind. Wir wollen allen in unserer Community das Gefühl geben, dass sie fähig sind, das zu tun, was sie tun möchen und dass sie die Freiheit haben, sich die Menschen auszusuchen, mit denen sie arbeiten möchten.
  • dass wir jenen, die andere diskriminieren, mit Courage und Überzeugung gegenübertreten. Dabei vermeiden wir, eine Diskriminierung gegen über jenen zu begehen, die sich unangemessen verhalten haben.
  • dass wir andere dazu ermuntern und inspirieren wollen, sich aktiv gegen Diskriminierung einzusetzen, wann immer sie eine solche miterleben.
  • dass wir Menschen aufklären, sie aber niemals schikanieren wollen, egal wie viel Geduld uns das abverlangen mag.
  • dass wir uns auch in Zukunft dafür einsetzen werden, Freiheit - und das heißt besonders auch Freiheit von Diskriminierung - für alle zu fordern und zu fördern, egal wer sie sind. Wir möchten dass alle, die in unserem Hackerspace Dinge erforschen, entwickeln und hacken wollen, sich dabei sicher und geschätzt fühlen können.
  • dass wir respekt- und liebevoll miteinander umgehen wollen, egal mit wem wir interagieren.

Unterschriften...


meta

sources

29C3 Anti-Harassment Policy. Retrieved January 6, 2013 from https://events.ccc.de/congress/2012/wiki/29C3_Anti-Harassment_Policy (Originally posted by Julia on Nov 8th, some edits, final version december 27th)

Aurora, Valerie. (2013, January 2). Ending sexism in hacker culture: A work in progress. Retrieved January 6, 2013 from http://adainitiative.org/2013/01/ending-sexism-in-hacker-culture-a-work-in-progress/

Opening Event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&list=UUG4QMB95FR6Df6XdQwn8gSg&v=EF4nv5Ks_dk#t=471s [bios speaking:] if you happen to be in some kind of emergency or if you touch the wrong end of the soldering iron we have a medical team no standby, they are down next to the cash desk [ Slide reads: Emergencies of all kinds

 * Medical issues: Call 112 or 911. Via DECT!
 * Abuse & Harassment: Call 113
 * Also provides deescalation services

] but you can call them, you can call 112 or 911 but please make sure that you are on DECTS. dont call 112 on GSM if you're bored and need someone to hang out! (some laughter) yeah. apparently that has happened before. new this year - we had it last year but I don't think it was organized such as this year - we have an.. we have the network abuse team, so if you're on the steram and happen to be a network provider and something strange has happened to your network and you suspect that we're to blame, i think the full page for abuse handling is also online or check the RIPE entry. you probably know what to do. but we also have some some abuse and anti-harrassment - so not-harrassment - team. (some laughter) they are available at 113 and they also provide deescalation services if you have some problems or if something strange is happening just give them a call and they will talk to you and we'll try to help you and hopefully we'll help you. (applause).


Closing Event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8IPBmEUV7o&list=UUG4QMB95FR6Df6XdQwn8gSg&feature=player_detailpage#t=1675s

[bios + frank rieger, frank rieger speaking:] so we had this year also a team caring for abuse of other things, namely harrassment, that was the awareness team they were around to help people when they felt mistreated or abused or harrassed in some way. they said they had about 20 calls on the hotline one warning was actually issused one person removed from the premises because of behaviour. we also removed one nazi from the premises. (big applause)

the feedback from the awareness team was they felt that their work was worthwhile and that was good. thanks to the awareness team for that.


so to just clean up this misunderstanding: theses green and red and yellow cards that have been discussed so much were not the work of the awareness team and were not the work of the organizers. that was some people who felt them necessary but my personal opinion is it's not really necessary to import this kind of thing to our conferences. (big appluase) because we care for your safety and we care for if anybodys feeling harrassed and we don't need stupid cards for that, thanks. (big applause)


preceding metalab discussion