Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Code of Conduct

Don't worry, this is not a reaction to some disaster within the Angular community.

We're grateful that the Angular community is filled with really nice people. We've become a huge and diverse group. A set of written guidelines will help maintain the high level of discourse in all of our communications. Also we made Angular to help everyone build great apps so we want to explicitly state that everyone is welcome.

The code of conduct is a short document that describes the expectations we have about how we communicate within the Angular community. Please read and follow it.

If you are running an Angular event (meetup, user group, etc.), please have a code of conduct for it.

If you have questions or concerns regarding the code of conduct, you can now email

1 comment:

  1. Maybe in addition to the code of conduct you could have some recommendations about what information is posted and where. I have never had the feeling that you actually communicate with the community. You are using too many channels (blog, google+, twitter, google groups, github, email) which have a lot of random information. E-mail is too private and social networks are not a good way to communicate important information.

    I would like to see each release announced on this blog, with a list of the most important changes that occurred in that release. There's a download button on the home page, maybe next to it there could be a link to the blog post. Also, while the default template is great for personal blogs, it doesn't look at all professional.

    A few months ago you dropped a bomb on us with the post about version 1.3 and there hasn't been any news since. What is going on?


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