[oi-dev] OpenIndiana Code of Conduct
aurelien.larcher at gmail.com
Sun Jul 24 14:34:00 UTC 2016
À dim. juil. 24 15:51:36 2016 GMT+0200, Nikola M a écrit :
> On 07/24/16 02:00 PM, Aurélien Larcher wrote:
> > 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,
> Drama is created when it is posted on site without any previous
> discussion, like mandating it.
> Since it is posted by one guy and the other guy requested to be on site,
> it is only natural to be able to change it then,
> instead that would be mandating and forcing it as it is now, forced to
> be on site unchanged.
> > In any case it does not justify hijacking and modifying the page on the website.
> I hujacked nothing, I have a rights on site to change pages, and I used
> that right to do a good thing and show that it is not dictatorship and
> that we have right to change it and have a right to not accept dictatorship.
> > 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.
> They are not by any mean pointed by noone to mandate things in Openindiana.
> And especially make such obviously anti community documents.
> > In any case, reverting the page without notice should not have happened again.
> And you just did revert it , twice...
Bottom line is: you do not modify *existing* content without prior discussion.
I reverted it to the state it should be.
Now discuss with people, agree on what should be on the Wiki and what should be on the Website, then we change the website page accordingly, does it not sound democratic ? ;)
Putting the draft on the website may not have been the best solution but this is just a draft (hence "Proposed") and at least it is visible and easy to read.
In any case you have no right to decide to modify this document unilateraly, so:
- we work on the drafts on the wiki with original version and your changes presented on one page each.
- Adam and Michael took your comment about the publication to the Wordpress into account into account, let them respond and we then modify the page accordingly.
- the website stays off topic until we reach the final version of the document.
Is it OK ?
> > 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
> I have put my head on the plate to make Openindiana better and since
> you reverted it back , twice, i have no intentions fo doing it anymore.
> It is enough for me that I protested by putting changed document for
> everyone to see and if you insist that it remains unchanged for no
> apparent reason, I can't change it forever.
> People watching page can think that is OI document and surely OI is not
> fascist dictatorship supported by trolls, like presented in that document.
> It is important to stress and be remembered that I did everything in my
> abilities to turn attention to such bad practice, bad behavior of trying
> to mandate community documents with fascist utopia,
> and put site contents with such an important document online, without
> community approval and prior dissicussion , and that is what Adam
> (Xenol) did.
> So violation is on xenol side and if anyone hijacked site it is xenol.
> Defending non-discussed web site posting by forbidding that it can be
> changed for something less fascist is by definition hijacking the site
> and disrupting community process and as it is shown, it is not me.
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