The TAIAO Community Guidelines describes how you are able to participate in the TAIAO Community, expectations from you as a member of our community and pathways for engagement and moderation.
To grow and maintain a rich and diverse community, we have adopted to Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct for Open Source Communities. This sets out the pledge for or behaviours and standards, as well as guidelines to follow to enforce these.
All Datasets and Notebooks shared and discussion topics and comments must:
Align with one or more of the values of the TAIAO Project: Develop, Practical, Open, Co-design.
Meets the standards defined in our Code of Conduct.
Include metadata according to the TAIAO Metadata Standards.
Be shared by a Contributor with the necessary rights, licenses and approval to share the contribution.
Not contain any advertising of commercial services.
Comply with the requirements of the New Zealand Privacy Act 2020 and not contain any personal information, except the user names, name and email of the Dataset Contact Person or Notebook Author.
Comply with any relevant policies and procedures from organisations to which the contributor belongs.
Give consideration to data storage requirements.
All users of the TAIAO Community Platform are encouraged to share Datasets and Noteboooks and participate in discussions, according to the following steps
Contributors can submit Datasets or Notebooks to share and participate in discussions.
Datasets and Notebooks must be reviewed against the Contribution Guidelines and Published by a Reviewer Discussion topics and comments are posted immediately without review. Datasets or Notebooks with a Cultural Extent defined will require ad additional review by someone bringing in a Te Reo Maori perspective.
Anyone can report Datasets, Notebooks or Discussions which they do note believe meets our Contribution Guidelines to either email@example.com or any member of the TAIAO Project Steering Group.
The Reviewer may recommend revisions to better align with Our Contribution Guidelines. The Reviewer may remove any contributions from the TAIAO Community Guidelines which they deem not to align with the Contribution Guidelines. Repeated or Significant breaches of the Contribution Guidelines may result in user accounts being suspended. Anyone can challenge the removal of contributions by contacting either firstname.lastname@example.org or any member of the TAIAO Project Steering Group. A Contributor may request the deletion of their Contributions ay any point by contancting either email@example.com or any member of the TAIAO Project Steering Group. With a reason for deletion.