Conduct guidelines for participants in certain Autodesk online communmities and programs.
At Autodesk, we make software for people who make things. We also create programs, platforms, and communities to help empower people with the power to make anything. These Autodesk Participant Guidelines apply to everyone who participates in an Autodesk-branded or Autodesk-sponsored program, platform or community that incorporates these Guidelines by reference (each, an “Autodesk Environment”).
We know: reading “Guidelines” might sound boring, but please do take a minute to read and understand them – they’re important. And check back often, because the world is changing and these Guidelines will evolve too – we reserve the right to change them from time to time.
What are the Guidelines?
What Happens if You Don’t Follow these Guidelines?
In short: you might get voted off the island. What does that mean? It means Autodesk reserves the right (but have no obligation) to terminate your participation in (and/or block your access to) the relevant Autodesk Environment if you violate these Guidelines – in letter or in spirit. We also reserve the right (but have no obligation) to remove from any Autodesk Environment any content or submission that violates these Guidelines – again, in our own judgement and whether the violation is in letter, or in spirit.