Outline use of our logo, the recording of sessions, and photo policies.
The MidCamp logo
Note: The word "Drupal" and the wordmark logo are registered trademarks of Dries Buytaert. For the Drupal wordmark, please view the usage guidelines on Drupal.com.
The MidCamp logo is a key building block of the visual identity of the event, and is the primary visual element that identifies MidCamp. The logo should never be embellished, outlined, or altered in any way. You can find the approved version below.
We invite you to take the logo and work it in to your own designs during MidCamp, but we do ask that you use the logo respectfully and comply with the Code of Conduct.
Speakers and Session Recording
When you agree to speak at MidCamp, you consent for your talk to be recorded in audio and possibly video format.
We reserve the right to publicly distribute and publish these recordings under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license.
Your session material, including content and recordings may be used in various promotions or for other related endeavors. This material may also appear on the MidCamp's web site, social media channels or other digital mediums controlled by the MidCamp team.
Staff and Attendee Photography
MidCamp is a fun and visual event and we love to share it with the world via pictures and video. What makes pictures and video interesting? People!
We also know that not everyone wants to be photographed.
You will likely see a staff member or someone who works with us taking pictures and/or video 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/video recording should not be done in a way that it is deliberately hidden from the subjects being photographed/recorded.
- Those taking photographs and/or video must adhere to the event Code of Conduct.
How to Opt-Out
If you do not wish images of yourself to be published, you may opt out by contacting us and best efforts will be done to accommodate your request.
Thank you to the Drupal Association, from whom this media policy was heavily influenced.