PHOTOS AND FOOTAGE
The sessions presented during Drupal HackCamp will not be recorded. After the event, the organizers will publish a comprehensive presentation of the sessions, together with a report (the event's aftermath).
Drupal HackCamp is a fun and visual event. However, our main goal is to make everyone feel as comfortable as possible. We know that not everyone wants to be photographed, and we fully understand it.
How to Opt-Out
If you do not wish images of yourself to be published, you may opt out by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Best efforts will be done to accommodate your request.
You will likely see a staff member or someone who works with us taking pictures at the event. When possible – for example when photographing a person or small group – we will get verbal permission from those being photographed. When photographing larger settings like the keynotes or the exhibit floor, it may be difficult or impossible to get everyone’s permission.
We will do our very best to be respectful of every attendee’s wishes. We also encourage attendees to take and share their own photographs, as long as the rules below are followed.
If someone asks not to be photographed, please stop photographing them and don’t attempt to do it again. Simple!
Photography should not be done in a way that it is deliberately hidden from the subjects being photographed. Those taking photographs and must adhere to the event Code of Conduct.
The Drupal HackCamp organizers reserve the right to reproduce quotes and feedback submitted in a public sphere, which will be the fully credited.
The Sheraton Hotel is fully wheelchair-accessible. Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any requirements you think we should be aware of before registering.
We will try to meet your needs and have someone on hand to assist you if required. We aim to meet some access requirements but the more notice you give us, the better able we are to assist.
Program changes may appear in terms of hours and speakers. All changes will be publicly announced so that the attendees can decide if the change fits their schedule. We reserve the right to make program changes in the program, but we promise that, if the case, we will substitute that particular speaker with another equally awesome individual. We know you won’t be disappointed!
No personal data of the attendees, speakers or volunteers will be sold or disclosed to third parties. We take your privacy very seriously and will not sell or share your personal information with sponsors or third parties.
Every attendee, sponsor, and speaker, by virtue of purchasing a ticket or attending, agrees to comply in full with our conference code of conduct.