On Wednesday, February 12, 2014 11:45:05 Ean Schuessler wrote: > ----- "Wouter Verhelst" <email@example.com> wrote: > > # Debian Code of Conduct > > ... > > > ## In case of problems > > > > Serious or persistent offenders will be temporarily or permanently > > banned from communicating through Debian's systems. Complaints should > > be made (in private) to the administrators of the Debian communication > > forum in question. To find contact information for these administrators, > > please see [the page on Debian's organizational > > structure](http://www.debian.org/intro/organization) > > It seems to me that with the Code of Conduct (afterwords CoC) that we are > institutionalizing a penal system in Debian. I believe this simply describes what /already/ exists in Debian and is done but which isn't spoken of much. [This was discussed previously in -project a few months ago.] As such I don't see any harm in pointing it out, as all it does is mention the process more openly. Pointing out the organizational structure is a good thing too, as it lists the resources available depending on the forum where help is needed. This Code-of-Conduct looks very reasonable to me; other than the minor punctuation/whitespace tweak needed that Ben Hutchings pointed out it looks "good-to-go" AFAICS. To Wouter and all those that helped with this -- good work! Thanks! :-) -- Chris -- Chris Knadle Chris.Knadle@coredump.us
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