Azure DevOps code of conduct

Last updated: January 2019

This Code of Conduct outlines expectations for participation in Azure DevOps, as well as steps for reporting unacceptable behavior. We are committed to providing a welcoming and inspiring community for all. By continuing to use Azure DevOps, you agree to be bound by this Code of Conduct and any other terms that may apply.

Prohibited Content

The following are examples of the types of content that are prohibited when using Azure DevOps. This list is not exhaustive, and we reserve the right to suspend or remove any content for violation of the Code of Conduct.

  • Adult and Sexual Content.
  • Advertisements and Free Offers.
  • Child Exploitation.
  • Defamatory Content.
  • Discrimination.
  • Illegal Gambling and Gaming.
  • Illegal Substances, Goods, and Services.
  • Spam, Flooding, and Malicious Content.
  • User Privacy.
  • Terms of Use.
  • Violence and Terrorist Content.
  • Copyrighted Material.
  • Activities unrelated to the production of software such as cryptocurrency mining and video encoding.

Microsoft is not responsible for user-generated content

Consequences for Violation(s) of the Code of Conduct

Violation(s) of the Code of Conduct may be cause for content deletion, suspension, and/or termination of your account. Please note that Microsoft is not obligated to warn user(s) prior to taking action for violation(s).

Reporting Code of Conduct Issues

If you encounter content that violates the Code of Conduct, please file a complaint by clicking the "Report a Concern" link on that page.

Updates to the Code of Conduct

We may update the Code of Conduct, in our sole discretion, from time-to-time.

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