Re: Code of Conduct final draft?

Bypassing the wording thing and also the content of the CoC, two
questions I think we should agree on in order to move forward:

- Do we aim to have an official GNOME <list of behavior principles>
approved and assumed by the GNOME Foundation or is it enough with a
<list of behavior principles> people can point to if needed?

- In a worst case scenario, do we expect the GNOME Foundation board to
arbitrate if someone violates the <list of behavior principles> or do we
think that one thing is not related to the other and the board should
refer only to the GNOME Foundation charter and by-laws.

I'm in favor of improving the existing tools of the GNOME Foundation to
enforce dialog, diversity and respect, and to prevent abuse and act
effectively against it. 

I'm against adopting an official netiquette-alike set of behavior
principles at a GNOME Foundation level.

I'm not against producing a list of useful recommendations like Murray
is doing, to be as accepted as the community wants to accept it.

El dj 03 de 08 del 2006 a les 12:12 +1000, en/na Jeff Waugh va escriure:
> I haven't really answered the rest of your mail, because it all
> comes down to "Code of Conduct" vs "let's write a document that demonstrates
> our shared vision and expectations to ourselves and others".

Quim Gil /// |

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