Zero Click Code of Conduct

Zero Click is a small but ever-growing community. The current size of the blog allows for a simple, yet effective code of conduct to help manage what is and is not allowed among its community members. By accessing Zero Click, you agree to these guidelines, and we reserve the right to change or update this code of conduct at any time:

  • No racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, antisemitism, xenophobia, etc. of any kind. This includes, but is not limited to, direct or insinuated forms of hate speech, prejudice, or mockery toward any identifiable people group. This is especially true for non-white minority groups and non-heteronormative individuals.
  • Minimize combat. Debate, dialogue, and conflict are always welcome. That being said, once said activities go off-topic and disagreeing remarks become personal attacks, we enter into combat. Zero Click is not the place for such behavior. Feel free to share why you think either the author of a post or fellow community member is incorrect, biased, naive, etc. but do so without stooping to name-calling and other combative tactics.
  • Everyone is welcome. The above guidelines are part of a greater initiative to make sure everyone feels welcome to participate in the Zero Click community. Privacy, security, FOSS, and general nerdery is open for all to engage with and benefit from. Please keep that in mind as we walk into territory regarding topics we are all passionate about.

Breaking any of these current or future guidelines may result in your removal from the community. But let's just not go there, alright? Keeping things simple, civil, and respectable is the best and fastest way to have effective conversations.