[oi-dev] OpenIndiana Code of Conduct

Aurélien Larcher aurelien.larcher at gmail.com
Sun Jul 24 12:00:55 UTC 2016

On Sun, Jul 24, 2016 at 11:32 AM, Nikola M <minikola at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 07/23/16 01:11 PM, Aurélien Larcher wrote:
>> Hi,
>>> Web page
>>> http://www.openindiana.org/community/code-of-conduct/
>>> have been updated with the latest on-Wiki version with links for editing and
>>> contribution to the text.
>> A page should not be modified without discussing with its authors
>> first and asking for review when applicable.
> Page should not be pushed on site, before discussing and making it
> better in the first place, before it ended up on Site.

That's a good point but the discussion could have taken place without
all the drama,
In any case it does not justify hijacking and modifying the page on the website.

Since you create a work space on the Wiki I leave to Adam and Michael
to decide what they want to do with the website page.

In any case, reverting the page without notice should not have happened again.
As you do not seem to agree, you will have to go through moderation on
the website until we sort out the Code of Conduct discussions

Kind regards,


> This is very important document and I SHOULD be changed on Wiki.
> Pushing it on site and making appearance of not changeable at this
> stage, can hurt community for a long time and it represents noticeable
> exception.
> Plus "author" of important OI documents is the community, so it must be
> changing.
> This is core OI document and respectfully it sends wrong information to
> the people that it is already carved in the stone, so mistake was
> putting it on the site in the first place.
>> Reworking two versions of Code of Conduct on the Wiki
> There are nor ever could be "2 versions" There is One OI and there is
> absolutely need for that.
> Simply, negative parts in previous incarnations are fixed, everyone free
> to contribute.
>> is a good idea
> No it is not good idea, because it leads to fragmentation.
> There is this topic to put more ideas here and Wiki too, there is more
> then enough ways to contribute to it.
>> and I am positive about such process if both versions are presented
>> for comparison and discussion.
> Again there are NO  conflicting . Thre is one working document, and
> there is Wiki.
> If it was thought the better way before pushing it at first place,
> things would go more smoothly till now.
> There are only reasoning and reasons that counts.
> Plus document can't be made active, before creating active community
> membership and OI body that can make it official..
>>> Latest document revision, free to edit is on:
>>> http://wiki.openindiana.org/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=31391953
>>> Feel free to further contribute to the document writing process on Wiki
>>> or feel free to express wanted changes as a part of discussion.
>> However I will revert now the website page to the original version
> Ok, I will revert it back to the new version, that explains that that
> fascist part of the document have been fixed.
> You are free to do whatever you want, but telling people that there is
> no working document and supporting destroying of user and human rights.
> There is the reason why there is posted in a changed way.
> And please dont' rever it to anything, until it is changed on Wiki.
>> since the modification occurred without any consultation.
> Also putting it on site occurred without any public consultation and
> revision process..
> Now you have public information.
>> History being preserved you will be able to copy/paste from it if needed
> Aether remove it from site (some people already said they want to be
> there seen)
> or there is current page on it.
> Putting old document on site have no benefits, nor supporting clear
> fascist tendencies in it.
>> Every time I created a user account on OpenIndiana's WordPress, I
>> explained that the informal rule is: ask for review and do not modify
> Yes, xenol didn't follow this rule, when putting he's document on site.
> if just appeared without public discussion for such important thing.
> Then since that rule is broken butting on it does not apply for it.
> I warned before that "Site is not wiki" ,
> and I am fully ashamed to even see such fascist document on site, so
> aether change it to current one, or remove it form site.
>> existing content without discussing with original authors. Let us keep
>> it that way.
> Let's not.
> Because this is most important thing in OI community right now.
> and reverting changes back would make problems alive again, that Adam's
> document made dispensary.
> If you want to contribute, do it on WIKI, then you can refresh it on
> site, like i painfully did.
> That fascist thing will not be on site.
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