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Re: contact address for anti-harassment policies

2010/12/12 Sam Kuper <sam.kuper@uclmail.net>
On 12 December 2010 19:36, Rayna <rayna.st@gmail.com> wrote:

2010/12/12 Stefano Zacchiroli <leader@debian.org>

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I've been asked to declare an anti-harassment policy for Debian Sprints
and I'll be happy to do that. Discussing with the proposers (Lars and
Amaya) the obvious question of "who the contact address should be?" has
naturally arisen.


I have been thinking about a global "anti-harassment committee". That is, a group of people involved not only in one community, but coming from various ones who could be contacted via a mail in case of any mistreatment. [...]

Since all the communities face these situations, my guess is it could be more efficient to have a global "committee".


That's essentially what I was getting at, but Rayna expressed it much better than I did :) 

Huhu :) Thanks. This might be because I am thinking about this since several months now. The implementation will be the critical point though... I will be contacting several *-women and suchlikes in the coming days and give you an update on what answers I get.

Of course, any comments, critics, feedback, advice, etc. are warmly welcome in the meantime :)


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