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From "Juan C. Sanz" <juancsa...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Code of Conduct
Date Tue, 11 Sep 2012 14:37:09 GMT
El 11/09/2012 11:50, Oliver-Rainer Wittmann escribió:
> Hi,
>
> On 11.09.2012 07:51, Dave Fisher wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> We have a code of conduct here: 
>> http://incubator.apache.org/openofficeorg/list-conduct.html
>>
>> These are the community's code and we should all agree to abide by 
>> the code. Maybe there is some more work to do exposing the code. 
>> Maybe the  code needs to be modified.
>>
>> Graduation requires the project to be self-governing. What do people 
>> think? I think we should discuss a few topics.
>>
>> (1) What are the consequences of breaking the code of conduct?
>>
>> - Loss of merit in the community including the possibility of losing 
>> any karma in the project. Karma is the ability to make commits.
>>
>> - Banning from the list. Moderators will need to treat offenders like 
>> spammers.
>>
>> (2) Who is responsible for enforcing the code?
>>
>> - it should be enforced by anyone who sees it happening. In most 
>> cases a reminder will be enough.
>>
>> - what if they won't stop? who is next? If the PPMC is working it 
>> should be noticed, but if not then probably a note to ooo-private.
>>
>> (3) How do we expose the code?
>>
>> - we have unsubscribe links on ooo-users, we could add a link to the 
>> policy.
>>
>> (4) Should we update the code?
>>
>> - the code should be edited to include the information decided for 
>> (1) and (2)
>>
>> - anything else?
>>
>> Please feel free to elaborate.
>>
>> Let's leave this open for a week to discuss. No need to hurry.
>>
>
> I also think that we should use these code of conduct as guidelines 
> instead of strict rules.
> From my point of view, we should make clear that certain consequences 
> - like to one mentioned above - may occur in case of repeated violation.
> As I do not want that something like this will happen in the future I 
> think we can save the time now to discuss the consequences in detail 
> and for every case. We just have to make clear the possible 
> consequences and that we will decide on case-by-case.
>
> Best regards, Oliver.
>
>
+1
Regards
Juan C.

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