On Fri, Jul 07, 2017 at 12:27:10 +0100, Richard Ipsum wrote:
Though I am personally of the opinion that we are so delightful
each other that a code of conduct is not strictly necessary
The covenant is more there to ensure that others coming to the community
understand the standards to which we will require them to adhere :-) I do
indeed hope we're all lovely people, but it's useful to have a statement to
Thank you for engaging with the covenant enough to decide it warrants an edit,
that implies you at least have bothered to read it through which pleases me
I have chosen to make a more moderate amendment here.
This change removes the section in which we say that we will not act on
compliants which we consider essentially spurious. Without this in the
covenant, it would be reasonable to expect we'd have to spend time reviewing
and investigating situations where person A complains that person B asked
person A to leave them alone. This hardly seems a worthwhile use of out
The Covenant was derived from
and for the
most part I believe I trust the geek feminism community to have added that
content for a good reason.
Could you please explain your reasoning behind suggesting we remove that
part of the covenant? Could you give a hypothetical situation in which you
feel it would be detrimental to have that present?
Daniel Silverstone http://www.digital-scurf.org/
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