We expect our community to act professionally and respectfully to one another, and we expect our social spaces to be safe and dignified environments. From our code of conduct:
Respect people, their identities, their culture, and their work.
Be kind. Be courteous. Be welcoming.
Listen. Consider and acknowledge people's points before responding.
We recognize that we are a work in progress, and that we all have much to learn about how to be allies. Many Flutter contributors are based in the US, where there is plenty of work remaining to improve racial equityin particular.
We also recognize that many programming communities under-represent the broader community that we aim to build for, and so for Flutter we want to acknowledge the gap and specifically affirm that our desire to be a welcoming and safe place where we elevate and cherish our full community.
Some of our actions include:
- Making sure that our events include a diverse representation of our community;
- Sponsoring tickets and travel for events like Google I/O for underrepresented communities;
- Sponsoring events and communities that focus on diverse audiences;
- Being careful to promote the work of our full community, and raising up new leaders of color, as well as those who identify as female or non-binary.
This is a journey, but we commit ourselves to it, and we hope you’ll join us in making that commitment.