Code Of Conduct

1. Overview

The original document we put here was more of a Code of Ethics of the Project Founder. While we stand by those principles, they are not in line with the modern technical meaning of a Code of Conduct and have hence been renamed.

2. Code of Conduct

The SQLite community has been a kind, welcoming and well-mannered community since its inception nearly two decades ago. In that time many of the qualities we've worked hard to bring to our project - safety, consistency, usability and integrity among them - have become part of our community's culture as well. Much like the care and effort we've put into securing the longevity of SQLite, we'd like to do the same for that community by clarifying our goals and expectations for all involved. To that end the SQLite project has officially adopted the Mozilla Community Participation Guidelines as its Code of Conduct with the exception that the reporting email address is changed to [email protected]. While we are not doing so in reaction to any current or ongoing issues, we believe that this will be a helpful part of maintaining the long-term sustainability of the project.

SQLite is in the Public Domain.