Re: Events Code of Conduct: Effects on Hackfests

On Wed, 2018-07-18 at 10:04 +0100, Allan Day wrote:
Benjamin Berg <benjamin sipsolutions net> wrote:
How does the decided event Code of Conduct and related
policies/decisions affect Hackfests organised by community members?

This is explained in

There's some outstanding work to improve the response guidelines, so
they are more appropriate for hackfest organisers.

The Code of Conduct Committee charter[1] explicitly grants committee
members the following rights for any "GNOME event":

 * Issuing warnings
 * Banning individuals from events
 * Halting or cancelling talks
 * Removing individual privileges and responsibilities

In how far are these rights applicable to Hackfests?

The response guidelines[2] state:

"It is your responsibility to make a record of any Code of Conduct
violations you become aware of, and to share those records with the
Code of Conduct Committee."

Is this a requirement for hackfest organisers?



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