[oi-dev] OpenIndiana Code of Conduct
webdawg at gmail.com
Tue Jul 26 13:58:46 UTC 2016
On Tue, Jul 19, 2016 at 5:15 AM, Nikola M <minikola at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 07/19/16 12:05 PM, Michael Schuster wrote:
> Hi all,
> On Tue, Jul 19, 2016 at 11:56 AM, Jim Klimov <jimklimov at cos.ru> wrote:
>> > 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/.
>> >You put things on discussion and editing before putting them on site.
> perhaps, to help avoid (further) confusion or misapprehension, the draft
could be named as such, eg
http://www.openindiana.org/community/code-of-conduct-draft/ (and the
current link removed until a final version is reached)? Plus, make it much
clearer in the document that it's a draft.
> It's not just about saying "it's draft". That does not solves the problem.
> No unfinished half-things should be put on site like this.
> It is about editing and decision process.
> No body made it a document suitable to be put on site, so it should'nt be
there, but on Wiki to be edited and discuseed etc.
> It's a process not an act.
For instance in this response:
"No unfinished half-things should be put on site like this."
Is this a decision that needs decided still? Is there a consensus in any
direction that http://www.openindiana.org/community/ is for drafts or not
for drafts? I get that the support docs had a new complete format and
required possibly a different type of server but this stuff is just text.
I also like mailing lists and hate wiki talk pages.
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