🚨SIWE Code of Conduct

A code of conduct for public community activity around Sign-In with Ethereum.

The following outlines a code of conduct for the public community-facing interactions around the Sign-In with Ethereum project, including community calls hosted by Spruce, and the public Discord channel.


Our goal is to create the best environment for the Sign-In with Ethereum standard to flourish across Web2 and Web3. To achieve this, we must have the best technologists, strategists, and community leaders actively involved, building and maintaining an environment of trust which can only exist where each individual is able to enjoy respect and courtesy.

To ensure a common understanding of “showing respect and courtesy to each other,” we have adopted the following code of conduct.

Unacceptable Behavior

The following types of abusive behavior are unacceptable and constitute code of conduct violations:

  • Harassment - including offensive verbal comments related to gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion, and unwelcome sexual or romantic attention.

  • Threats - threatening someone verbally or in writing.

  • Maliciousness - any direct abuse towards other members of the community —deliberately attempting to make others feel bad, name-calling, singling out others for derision or exclusion. For example, telling someone they don’t belong at community calls or in the public discussion.


If abusive behavior is witnessed or reported either on the community calls or in the public Discord channel, it will first be evaluated by a member of the Spruce team. If it is deemed inappropriate and in violation of the code of conduct, it will result in a permanent suspension from both the community calls and Discord channel.


All individuals reporting violations of the code of conduct made by other community members will remain anonymous.

License and Notes

The Sign-In with Ethereum code of conduct is available under the terms of the CC0 license.

This code of conduct draws from and was heavily inspired by the Recurse Center Code of Conduct. We hope to create a welcoming space for anyone wishing to participate in helping shape Sign-In with Ethereum.

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