Re: Code of Conduct and Foundation membership

fre 2009-11-27 klockan 10:53 +0100 skrev Murray Cumming:
> On Wed, 2009-11-25 at 16:50 -0200, Tristan Van Berkom wrote:
> > Alternative proposal: lets deal with the problem at hand and get our
> > story straight about what is, what can be posted
> > there (i.e. no porn and vulgar language etc.) and how we can help
> > to enforce a reasonably exact policy on an exact resource which
> > is 
> is hard to moderate. Editors can only remove an entire
> blog. It would be easier if the software allowed the existing editors to
> remove a single blog post.
> Then we could have long discussions about censorship instead.

Personally I stopped reading because I wanted to know
what was happening in GNOME-land, not about the developers pets, kids
and snowboarding preferences.

For gentoo, they have two feeds: the "planet", and the "universe", where
the planet only aggregates those blog posts that are tagged with gentoo,
and the universe aggregates the rest.
I cannot understand why GNOME cannot have this system also?

Then for the "planet" you can have a code of conduct of what they are
allowed to tag as GNOME (i.e. upcoming events in OSS-land where GNOME
will be represented, development in projects blessed/used by GNOME,
comments about projects being blessed/used by GNOME, projects
interesting for people interested in GNOME), and a "universe" with maybe
an disclaimer that the posts there can have nothing what so ever to do
with GNOME.

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