We’re glad you’re here! This space is your place to connect with peers and Software AG experts. It’s intended to be productive, professional and for business use. So, please follow this code of conduct to keep the experience positive for everyone:
Don’t release personal information to the public. Don’t use someone’s personal data for your own benefit. Collect and save only personal data needed to complete a task, such as holding a virtual event. Don’t share confidential information from anyone, including community managers. Don’t provide or share copyrighted material if you do not own the copyright.
Accept other people for who they are. Listen to what other group members have to say. Respect people’s individuality and diversity. Hate speech and intimidation are not accepted here. See “zero tolerance” note below.
Introduce yourself during events, and thank others for joining. Welcome new members. Collaborate and share your experiences with group members. Help grow the community. Use social media to spread the word about your events.
If someone lacks knowledge, help through education and collaboration. Likewise, be open to learning from others. Ask for event feedback to make your next event even better.
Don’t use offensive language. Avoid venting or ranting. Don’t post or transmit to or from this site any unlawful, threatening, libelous, defamatory, obscene, scandalous, inflammatory, pornographic or profane information, or any other information that could give rise to any civil or criminal liability under the law.
Zero tolerance for harassment, discrimination and bullying
Software AG prohibits discrimination, harassment and bullying in any form. If you believe you’ve been bullied, harassed or discriminated against by anyone at Software AG Groups or by a Software AG Groups member, immediately report the incident to email@example.com. Group leaders who learn of any such incident should immediately report it to Software AG, so we can promptly and thoroughly investigate complaints and take appropriate action.