Code of Conduct

The World of EUC (WEUC) Board and Advisor Committees have developed this code of conduct for all members, partners, in-person and virtual event attendees, presenters, bloggers, and any person participating in WEUC activities. Its purpose is to strengthen our community and help us achieve our mission of education, networking, and influence.

Member Guidelines

  1. Support the WEUC mission.

  2. Never use a WEUC position for marketing purposes or financial gain.

  3. Protect the privacy of WEUC member information.

  4. Be honest and forthright with fellow members.

  5. Share knowledge and know-how with fellow members.

  6. Abide by WEUC Presentation Guidelines found below.

  7. Abide by the policies that guide leadership positions within WEUC.

  8. Receive an individual’s approval before utilizing their work and recognize them in using it.

  9. Display identification at events and abide by event rules.

  10. Raise concerns of inappropriate behavior with WEUC leadership.

  11. Be respectful and courteous to fellow members, attendees and staff in all communications.

  12. Be mindful that WEUC leadership are volunteers.

  13. We welcome industry partner employees with technical expertise to contribute to technical discussions in our community activities.  We ask that sales representatives not sell solutions and services during our community activities unless that is the explicit purpose of the activity and has been stated as such by WEUC. 


 Blogging Guidelines

Users set the agenda at WEUC, which means we aim to provide content that is technical, educational, relevant, and free of marketing pitches. These guidelines apply to all members of WEUC, including end users, partners, and sponsors. Failure to adhere to these guidelines can result in account suspension or deactivation.

  1. All content must adhere to the WEUC Code of Conduct.

  2. Submissions must be original content, not re-posted from another blog or submitted simultaneously to other blogs and websites, without prior agreement by WEUC.

  3. Articles are to be exclusive to WEUC for a short period of time, determined by WEUC and the author.

  4. When referencing work that is not yours, give credit to the work done by others. 

  5. WEUC will proofread, make minor grammatical corrections, request content clarification,  and will consult with the author for more significant changes or questions.

  6. Blogs that are clearly intended to advertise products or services will be rejected. No marketing allowed.

  7. Blogs containing links that do not pertain to the topic or technology, such as promotions or advertisements, will be rejected. Links to external sites collecting contact information may be removed prior to posting.

  8. You may link to your social media accounts (X, LinkedIn, etc.), to your personal blog, and to technical discussions, and white papers on company-owned blogs that do not require contact information for marketing purposes.

Want to blog for WEUC? Submit your proposal here 


Presentation Guidelines

WEUC offers members, and WEUC partners the opportunity to present to members through meeting presentations, webinars, and similar forums. Our members are interested in EUC content that is technical, educational, relevant, and free of marketing. WEUC has developed these principles to help and guide presenters:

  1. WEUC will work with presenters to identify topics of interest.

  2. Presenters should avoid marketing content.

  3. Presenters will provide a summary for review before the event.

  4. Presenters should receive an individual’s approval before utilizing their work and recognize them when using it.

  5. WEUC may ask for improvements in a pending presentation.

  6. Live demos are encouraged. 

  7. WEUC may record and share presentations on the WEUC YouTube channel, third party platforms, and WorldofEUC.org.

  8. WEUC will not provide presenters with attendee contact information, unless attendees elect to provide it.

  9. Presenters may request business cards or circulate a sign-in form (such as requesting information for a raffle) and the request must be opt-in.

  10. Individual presenters must have the technical capacity required for the audience.

Want to present at a local group meeting or webinar? Submit your proposal here 


Slack & Discord Guidelines

  1. We will NOT tolerate abuse against another member of this community.
  2. We aim to, and will consistently ask you to utilize threads within the slack channels and expect a level of professionalism and courtesy - threads are critical.
  3. Be respectful. Keep your opinions to yourself if they don’t make the world a better place. You are welcome to your negativity, you are not welcome to impose it on others.
  4. Be inclusive. Don’t exclude individuals from a conversation, you never know, you might learn something new.
  5. If you do not reply in a thread, your content will be deleted.

We currently operate mainly using the Slack platform.
We structure our channels in Slack using a simple and easy to follow method:

  • Channels prefixed with an underscore (_) are general discussion channels within a certain criterion - think General chat, Community events, GPU discussions etc.
  • Channels prefixed with a dash (-) are for community driven initiatives and projects - think BIS-F etc.
  • All other channels with no prefix are vendor or technology specific - think ControlUp, Citrix Cloud, Microsoft FSLogix or Nutanix etc.

If you would like to join, we have a standing open invite link here.

We archive slack content to linen.dev so that there is record available for content older than 90 days.

We have a current bridge to Discord. We ask discord users to respect the use of threads.

We structure our channels in Discord using a simple and easy to follow method:

  • General channels are in the general group.
  • Community channels are in the community group.
  • Vendor technology specific channels each have their own group.
From a Slack admin help and support coverage we have world wide coverage. There are currently four admins who can help you requests and guidance as needed:
James Kindon - Australia
Dave Brett - UK
Jarian Gibson - USA
Ryan Revord - USA







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