Bug 1602344 opened against the CoC for more explicit condemnation of harassment
bkerensa at ubuntu.com
Wed Jul 13 09:04:22 UTC 2016
Who will enforce this? I like the idea of protecting community from
harassment but I think we all know well CoC violations do happen and
perhaps more frequently than we like.
Realistically who enforces them? So far that hasn't really happened.
I think a CoC is only as effective as it's enforcement and following
through. This is a reflection on CoC's in general and just what ive seen
among projects of similar size.
On Jul 12, 2016 1:10 PM, "C de-Avillez" <hggdh2 at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> I just opened a bug  to pave our way to amend the CoC  so that it
> gets to be clearly visible we do not accept harassment (and, by
> consequence, bullying) in any form, for any reason.
> This is the sequence from the discussions previously held in this
> mailing list , and a session on UOS 1605 .
> Our view is that a small change will suffice. Michael Hall has added
> the proposed branch to the bug . This, we expect, will
> precede additional information added around the CoC (but not directly
> part of the CoC), so that examples and pointers can be given.
> Please comment. We need feedback from the community.
>  http://www.ubuntu.com/about/about-ubuntu/conduct
>  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-codeofconduct/+bug/1602344
>  http://pad.ubuntu.com/uos-1605-code-of-conduct-review
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