The Atmel Community is a place for engineers, developers, students, makers and more to learn, share, and offer help. This is a very large, diverse community and everybody should feel comfortable asking questions and providing feedback. That being said, your conduct should help promote a positive, encouraging and valuable environment free of intimidation and harassment.
Comments, actions, or displays which are meant to demean, harass or insult others will not be tolerated. This includes those that target a person's race, creed, ethnicity, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical appearance, or ability.
The administrators and moderators of the Atmel Community reserve the right to ban, without warning, those who violate this Code of Conduct in either public postings of content or in private messages.
If someone is abusive or causes you to feel uncomfortable, please notify an administrator or moderator or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Code of Conduct is neither exhaustive nor complete. Any behavior not mentioned here but can be considered offensive will result in the same action. This serves as a guideline to promote a friendly, safe, and collaborative community and is subject to change.