[oi-dev] OpenIndiana Code of Conduct
adam.stevko at gmail.com
Sun Jul 24 18:20:33 UTC 2016
I added slightly modified draft to http://wiki.openindiana.org/oi/Code+of+Conduct+proposals and it contains the sentence you wanted, but slightly modified and expanded:
Always seek to maintain a welcoming environment for new contributors.
• Welcome new people to the project and guide them in their contributions.
• Give them the time you were given when you first joined the community.
• And if you weren't given enough time please set a new example for others to live by.
Modifications come from former OSOL CoC. I hope you like this even better.
> On Jul 20, 2016, at 10:04 AM, Till Wegmüller <toasterson at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 18.07.2016 23:35, Adam Števko wrote:
>> Please compose your thoughts and comment with as few replies as
>> necessary so the community may solidify the final text of this document.
> Hi Adam, Hi Nikola
> Thanks both of you for the work put into this.
> Here are my thought and comments:
> When reading Adams text it refers to a body of Leadership. Both source Projects (FreeBSD and FiFo) have such a Role defined. Do we have that?
> Adams text is more worded towards being a set of rules. Nikolas more in the sense of expectations. I prefer expectations.
> When I read the words "will not be tolerated" it imediatly raises the question what will hapen if i break those? Who punishes and how? In my opinion "Discouraged behaviour" is the better wording.
> I prefer the managing misuse and escalation section over the reporting violations. We have a very friendly community. There should not be a need to involve a third party to resolve issues from the very beginning.
> The very notion of twitter is that everything is public.
> I find the point "Maintain welcoming environment for new contributors and guide them in contributions." very important. I would like to have that in.
> What is the desired outcome of a code of conduct? Should it be a set of rules? Or a set of expectations from each other? Is it assumed to be the same for all codes of conducts? If so should we link to that definition? or do we need to define that?
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