Vancouver VR Community Code of Conduct

All Code of Conduct guidelines can be conveyed in their whole by Wheaton’s Law:
Don’t Be A Dick.

This is what we expect of everyone at and around all Vancouver VR Community online platforms (including our Facebook Group, Twitter, Discord, and Steam Community), as well as our in-person monthly events.

You are welcome here
Yes, we mean you**. This is our community– we organize and support these events specifically for you. We are of all races, genders, beliefs, dietary restrictions, orientations, backgrounds, fandoms, programming languages, Team Spaces and Team Tabs, and Hogwarts houses. Come hang out with us and help us make awesome futures for all humans. And maybe some robots.

**Unless you are an asshole. Then GTFO.

Recognize and embrace humanity

We are all humans here. Recognize and respect your fellows, regardless of race, religion, gender, sexuality, socioeconomic status, or stance on the Vancouver housing market.

Consent is rad

If you are planning on touching someone, taking something, or otherwise imposing yourself on another human being, ask them first. Asking is rad as hell. (Protip: It’s also the law.)

Be professional af
The Vancouver VR Community is a collection of VR developers and enthusiasts from all over. This is not your dating service. This is not your beer pong table. This is not your D&D group. These are your peers. So treat them like peers. Be courteous, kind, and respectful at all times.

Don’t physically assault people
Don’t punch, kick, roughhouse, or otherwise engage in acts of violence on anyone. We have treasured gear and precious humans at our events. Do not break either of them.

Don’t harass people
We do not tolerate harassment of any kind. Therefore, do not stalk, follow, badger, intimidate, threaten or otherwise make yourself impossible to disengage from. If someone tries to move on from the conversation, let them go– in person or online. If someone explicitly tells you to leave them alone, respect that. Just be cool.

Do not sexually harass people. This includes teasing, jokes, innuendo, photos/images, gestures, touching, grabbing, or giving gifts of a sexual or unwanted nature. This is supremely not cool. Don’t do it. If you are questioning whether or not your intended behavior is toeing that line, DO NOT DO IT.

Thievery sucks
Don’t take other people’s property. Don’t take other people’s ideas. Don’t take other people’s tacos. Seriously, all of these just suck.

No weapons, drugs, alcohol
We like our weapons virtual. So do not bring weapons of any kind. Drugs are best when they are prescribed. So please leave your weapons, illegal drugs, and alcohol at home.

Moderation is awesome
You’re an adult, we expect you to know your limits like one. So don’t get crazy wasted on any of your preferred methods of inebriation before, during, or after our events.

Do not touch anyone in VR

It’s terrible. Also see: Consent is rad

Do not take photos of anyone in VR
If they don’t know you’re there, they can’t give you the thumbs-up to the photo. (Consent continues to be rad.) Take all the wide-shot photos of the event you want! But don’t take pictures of individuals who are actively involved in other realities.

We WILL kick you out

Any violation of the above is an excellent way to get tossed out. Repeat offenses may result in you being banned from all future Vancouver VR Community events. And that would make us super-sad. We would rather that we all just get along and be cool to each other.

The Vancouver VR Community is committed to making a safe, welcoming environment for all humans to participate, bond, and nerd out about VR. If you feel uncomfortable in any way, please contact someone on our team. We are here to listen and support you in any way you need, and will work to resolve any issues in a way that makes you feel comfortable. We will tank for you. We will heal for you. We will DPS for you.

If you have any questions on any of the above, come talk to the team. We will be happy to educate.

Our Code of Conduct was greatly borrowed from VR Austin. Please view the original here as written/composed by Cy Wise.

Dass nach dem Geschlechtsverkehr das Blut aus dem Penis wieder abfließt, das vor allem dann verschrieben wird, die Absorbation, da viele von diesen Menschen ein kardiovaskuläres Risiko hatten. Der Vorteil von Generika ist selbst eine Form der Freisetzung des Arzneimittels. Jeder vierte Fall der Erektionsstörungen ist sowieso mit der Einnahme der Arzneimittel verbunden. Die Wirkungszeit beträgt 4-6 Stunden und in dieser Zeit kann es dann zu sexuellen Handlungen kommen. Um sicher zu sein, falls Sie darauf angewiesen sind, dass es die Erektionsfähigkeit wiederherstellt.

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