[coreboot] coreboot code of conduct

Marc Jones marcj303 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 19 01:15:26 CET 2015

Hi Rudolf,

On Sat Jan 17 2015 at 2:06:10 AM Rudolf Marek <r.marek at assembler.cz> wrote:

> Hi all
> Just out of curiosity why do we need this? Was there some problem now or
> in the
> past?
> No, there is not a specific problem in coreboot now or in the past.
Putting a code of conduct in place once there is a problem is too late.
There have been problems in related communities and it is important that we
are clear that poor behavior is unacceptable within our community.

> I just read the c c of c and I got this impression that we must be really
> bad
> that we need regulation & arbitration. If nothing like this ever happened I
> would like to see some statement that this c c of c is there just to
> comply with
> future problems (or similar like it is trendy ;)
There are real problems with harassment and other behaviors in open source
and other online communities. While you may not see them or be exposed to
them, it is something we should be sensitive to. Taking a stand and being
specific is not trendy, it is part of being a mature and responsible


> Thanks
> Rudolf
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