We all know that currently, the newly released Code of Conduct is broken blog page was erroneously published early.
However, as part of the linked question, Zeta points out that the CoC has no discovery points within the general UI of the site as a whole. I believe this has always been the case.
Yes, I know that snippets of the CoC are contained within the help pages, but the document as a whole isn't.
If we refer users to the Code of Conduct, we're forced to point them toward help pages that don't explicitly mention that they're part of the CoC, and for a lot of people, "help" just means "guidance" and is therefore optional.
Right now, if we direct people to the site-wide Code of Conduct, we have to direct them to a blog site, and then to find the link within it. We can give them the direct link, but that doesn't help them to understand how they should have been able to find it in the first place.
A Code of Conduct is great, but users should be able to find it easily and under their own steam - that way, they can't use ignorance as an excuse.
When the link is fixed, please consider making the CoC easily discoverable. Either by clearly linking to it in the help pages, or put a link to it at the bottom of the page.
You've done great work in making the CoC easier for people to understand. Please also make it easier to access.