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Frequently asked questions

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What's Discord?
Discord is a chat application, like Slack or Teams, but meant for communities of friends (originally gamers) rather than corporate work. Each discord community - like ours! - has channels for voice or text. You can think of each Humaniteas channel as a permanent panel or room or workshop at a conference.
What are the rules?
Humaniteas is a well-regulated space. This ensures good community experiences for everyone. Think of it like a moderator at a talk, ensuring everyone gets to ask brief, on-topic questions. We also ask you read the code of conduct below.
How much will this cost?
The discord and basic resources will remain free to access. Future tools and features may require a fee, but anything you can access free now will remain free.
Can I add to your resources?
Yes, please do! Email us or grab Dan or Caro in Discord

Code of Conduct

This is a living document of guidelines. All decisions by the mods are final.

  • Be polite, kind, and respectful. Transphobia, homophobia, sexism, racism, sectarianism or any other bigotry will result in a ban.
  • Do not post NSFW media. Talking about your research is fine.
  • Be ethical.
  • No links to pirated material, no advice on how to access such material. If you can't find a copy of a paper, try emailing the author.
  • Don't ask for or offer help on assignments that go beyond pointers.

tl;dr treat others how you wish to be treated, we're not here to solve world peace, and always err on the side of caution.

To report a code of conduct violation, message someone with the Mod role in Discord, or send an email to [email protected].