- Purchasing Adult and Youth tickets
- Ticket Transfers
- Festival Participation
- Permission to Use Participant Content
You must be 18 or over (“Adult”) to make a ticket purchase on our website.
Ticketed parents or legal guardians of individuals under the age of 18 (“Minors”) may register and attend MozFest sessions with their Minors. Parents/Guardians should supervise Minors’ participation in MozFest. Mozilla does not supervise Minors’ participation or screen events for appropriateness for Minors. Events may include the participation of other MozFest attendees, whose actions Mozilla does not control. Parents/Guardians agree to be responsible for their Minor(s) at all times.
Each ticket has a unique number, which allows for one person’s entry into the festival. Keep your order details safe, as we may not be able to admit you to the festival if the number on your digital ticket has previously been used.
Ticket purchases are final and nonrefundable. However, if the event is cancelled by us, you will be entitled to a full refund of the amount paid for your order.
Tickets may be transferred to another person immediately after the purchase is completed or through the link provided in the confirmation email. You can also request to transfer your ticket up to 10 working days before the event by emailing email@example.com
Ticket assignees will be required to agree to the Event Terms and Conditions in order to claim the ticket.
By participating in MozFest, you agree to comply with the Mozilla Community Participation Guidelines. These guidelines apply to participants, facilitators, wranglers, staff, volunteers, vendors, and anyone else involved in making MozFest possible.
How to treat each other:
- Be respectful and value each other’s ideas, styles and viewpoints.
- Be direct but professional; we cannot withhold hard truths. - Be inclusive and help new perspectives be heard.
- Appreciate and accommodate our many cultural practices, attitudes and beliefs. - Be open to learning from others.
- Lead by example and match your actions with your words.
The following will not be tolerated at MozFest:
- Violence and threats of violence; personal attacks;
- Derogatory language;
- Unwelcome sexual attention or physical contact;
- Disruptive behaviour;
- Influencing unacceptable behaviour.
If you do not respect these guidelines, Mozilla may take corrective action, including removing you from MozFest and prohibiting you from attending this or any future MozFests. If removed from MozFest, you will not receive any refund for tickets purchased.
Violations of the Community Participation Guidelines may be reported by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by mentioning @CPG Team on the MozFest Slack.
MozFest events, including community sessions and participation in Slack discussions, may be recorded (for example, by video, photographic or audio recording) and published for access and use by MozFest participants or the general public. Please contact us if you would like instructions on how to indicate that you do not wish to be included in published recordings.
MozFest includes opportunities, such as hack-a-thons and contributing to session materials, for participants to submit content to Mozilla, such as software and written or artistic works (“Submissions”).
For submissions to Mozilla’s open source projects, you agree to license your Submission under the terms of the corresponding license of the particular open source project to which you are contributing. For more information on the specific license, please see the applicable source code or GitHub repository.
For all other Submissions, you agree to the following in connection with each:
- You hereby grant Mozilla a nonexclusive, royalty-free, worldwide, sublicensable (to those we work with) license to use your Submission in connection with the online and offline promotion of Mozilla’s mission, products and services.
- You acknowledge that your Submissions may be accessible by other MozFest participants or the public.
- You agree to license your Submissions in a manner that is compatible with the license(s) under which Mozilla makes material available to the public. Mozilla’s licensing policies are available at https://foundation.mozilla.org/en/who-we-are/website-licensing/. Generally, Mozilla utilizes the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, which provides that others may share and adapt the content on the condition that they provide attribution to the creator. For further details of the license, please read the license terms here: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/legalcode.
- You represent and warrant that you have the rights necessary to grant the rights granted herein, and further, that the uses contemplated under these Terms will not infringe the proprietary or intellectual property rights of any third party.
- You understand and agree that Mozilla reserves the right, at its discretion, to review, modify, or remove any Submission that it deems is objectionable or in violation of these Terms.