[coreboot] coreboot code of conduct

Carl-Daniel Hailfinger c-d.hailfinger.devel.2006 at gmx.net
Mon Jan 19 18:50:07 CET 2015

On 19.01.2015 17:13, Patrick Georgi wrote:
> Am 2015-01-19 12:52, schrieb Carl-Daniel Hailfinger:
>> Real citation needed, not just some sentiment. For example, quite a few
>> feminist blogs point to intimidating and derogatory speech/actions as
>> the primary hurdles against female participation in online communities.
> I have read no such reports about our community, but we did have some
> (relatively minor) incidents in the past that made contributors well
> less than welcome.
> I'd concentrate on solving our own issues first, over trying to fix
> all the world's grievances.
> That said, I'm not sure what bucket these incidents fall into, and I'm
> not sure if our list of examples of unsuitable behavior cover only
> "harassment". Maybe we should replace "Harassment includes:" with
> "Examples of actions we don't want to see in our community:"?
>>> and warrants the paragraph about those unacceptable behaviors.
>> If harassment is the most common problem, that definitely warrants
>> listing harassment first (which is not the case in the current CoC).
> Let's just say, they're all pretty terrible?
>>>> Please define "community organizers". Did you mean "arbitration team"?
>>>> Or is it the community members present at an event?
>>> It isn't not meant to be specific to an arbitration team. These
>>> members may
>>> not be present in all cases and organizers of events and online
>>> communities
>>> should uphold the good standards of the community.
>> Thanks for clarifying. The CoC would benefit from adding this
>> clarification.
> http://www.coreboot.org/Talk:Code_of_Conduct is generally writable
> with a Wiki account. Want to propose some language?

Thanks, I just did that.


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