|Community Publishing Platforms|
|Community Publishing Platforms feature Creative Works controlled by but not actively curated by the Fedora Community and Fedora Leadership. Platforms may be provided on infrastructure or web services hosted and managed by the Fedora Project or its sponsors. Community Publishing Platforms are not actively curated because they rely on decentralized community labor and contributions that are difficult to centrally control.|
|Community Publishing Platforms include, but are not limited to, the following examples:|
*Community Publishing Platforms*, shortened as *Platforms*, are content-focused websites that publish Creative Works with the Fedora Trademark.
Platforms are places for expression of ideas and thoughts specifically related to or in the interest of the Fedora Project and its community.
|Creative Works include, but are not limited to, the following examples:|
|Creative Works on Platforms must comply with the xref:project:ROOT:code-of-conduct.adoc[Fedora Code of Conduct]. These Creative Works are not officially endorsed by the Fedora Project or Red Hat, but must comply with https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Legal:Trademark_guidelines#Community_sites_and_accounts[existing trademark rules]. If the Fedora Trademark is used, it must comply to this policy.|
|How to report a Creative Work|
|If you are unsuccessful in working with Platform moderators OR a Platform moderator encourages you to do so, follow the reporting guidelines in the xref:project:ROOT:code-of-conduct.adoc[Fedora Code of Conduct]. Specific outcomes will fall under the scope of the Fedora Code of Conduct.|