Agile DFW Slack Community

Who can join

The Slack community is for Agile practitioners in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to connect, share, and support each other in learning to become a better agile community.

How do I join?

Agree to the Code of Conduct (below) and Complete the following form and we will send you an invite.  It may take up to 72 hours for your invite.

Why does this exist?

Agile DFW and the Slack group was created to help grow the agile community across DFW and spread awareness of all the activities taking place.  We wanted Slack to help us carry forward conversations started at meetups and to spread that knowledge to those who couldn’t attend.  We encourage sharing your knowledge, asking questions, forming relationships and a general ambition to strengthen the community.

What are the rules?

Basically, just be nice and treat others with respect.

Code of Conduct

Agile DFW is a “harassment-free” space. We do not tolerate harassment of any kind.

Harassment includes
  • Posting of content deemed by the community to not benefit the community (e.g., job postings that are not for an agile position, agile team or agile organization OR training that does not have any relationship to agile/lean principles or practices;  in other words, we consider spam a form of harassment)
  • Offensive comments related to gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, mental illness, neuro(a)typicality, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion
  • Unwelcome comments regarding a person’s lifestyle choices and practices, including those related to food, health, parenting, drugs, and employment.
  • Deliberate misgendering or use of “dead” or rejected names
  • Gratuitous or off-topic sexual images or behavior in spaces where they’re not appropriate
  • Threats of violence
  • Incitement of violence towards any individual, including encouraging a person to engage in self-harm
  • Deliberate intimidation
  • Stalking or following
  • Harassing photography or recording, including logging online activity for harassment purposes
  • Sustained disruption of discussion
  • Unwelcome sexual attention
  • Pattern of inappropriate social contact, such as requesting/assuming inappropriate levels of intimacy with others
  • Continued one-on-one communication after requests to cease
  • Deliberate “outing” of any aspect of a person’s identity without their consent except as necessary to protect vulnerable people from intentional abuse
  • Publication of non-harassing private communication
  • Creating chat channels with offensive motives or intent