[oi-dev] OpenIndiana Code of Conduct
minikola at gmail.com
Tue Jul 19 09:23:45 UTC 2016
On 07/18/16 11:35 PM, Adam Števko wrote:
> As part of a larger effort at providing a more formal governance
> structure for the OpenIndiana project, I’d like to announce on the
> behalf of OI developers the adoption of an OpenIndiana Code of
> Conduct. The draft text for this new document can be found
> at http://www.openindiana.org/community/code-of-conduct/.
> We would also like to point out this draft document is open to
> discussion and acceptance by the community.
> Our desire is for the discussion to be civil and for it to center
> around the verbiage of the Code of Conduct.
> We do not wish for the discussion to go off topic, or question the
> need for such a document.
> Please compose your thoughts and comment with as few replies as
> necessary so the community may solidify the final text of this document.
You put things on discussion and editing before putting them on site.
If you have already put something on the site, you de facto nailed it
and published it without previous consultation nor editing.
Proper path would be putting your article on Wiki so it could be edited
and reviewed by many.
Maybe part of code of conduct could be "don't put thing on site before
review and going through the process of some kind". "Don't put people
in front of de facto things, without actual wanting to actually change
Putting things on site is end act of making something and not the
begining act, so please stop pushing things on site without it being
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