iste2010logoFor its upcoming conference, ISTE has put forth its “backchannel code of conduct.” In short, it reads:

  1. Be nice
  2. Be clear
  3. Be open

There are more details, but that’s the short summary. Sounds pretty good to me.

What do you think? Is there anything that you’d add to the list? Is it a good idea for ISTE to have a code of conduct for the backchannel?