[UbuntuDallas] reason for action taken in the IRC

Linden linden.940 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 30 03:44:22 BST 2010


great side joke but if he feels the way he dose it is of no joking
subject but he still needs to take care of per the CoC that we all (or
should of) signed 

On Wed, 2010-09-29 at 21:07 -0500, Joshua K wrote:
> it's interesting, we finally got a debate about attitude. It must be a real group now. I guess we _are_ big enough for texas. 
> 
> In text form we gotta be careful to not assume someone is being rude... Just like being cut off on the freeway on the road home from work... let's focus our energy on progress and move forward. Our destination is what we are really interested in.
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Linden <linden.940 at gmail.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, September 29, 2010 8:59 PM
> To: Ubuntu-dallas <ubuntu-us-tx-dallas at lists.ubuntu.com>
> Subject: [UbuntuDallas] reason for action taken in the IRC
> 
> In this e-mail as its being said that me and another member where rude i
> am replying once again to the one who is making those claims...again
> sorry that it got to that point but i did as per the Ubuntu codes of
> conduct that can be found on the launch pad
> 
> At the end of this e-mail you will find the Codes of Conduct" unchanged
> if in case you knew nothing of the Codes of Conduct.
> 
> High lights of the code of conduct that I had acted upon in the IRC chat
> room during the heated words.
> 
>  '''Be respectful.'''
> 	We may not always agree, but disagreement
>       is no excuse for poor behaviour and poor manners.
> 	
> 	We might all
>       experience some frustration now and then, but we cannot allow that
>       frustration to turn into a personal attack.
> 	
> (the next part is in full and is the reason why I said that me and perry well stop replying)
> 
> 
> '''When we disagree, we consult others.''' Disagreements, both
>       social and technical, happen all the time and the Ubuntu
>       community is no exception. It is important that we resolve
>       disagreements and differing views constructively and with the help
>       of the community and community processes. We have the Technical
>       Board, the Community Council, and a series of other governance
>       bodies which help to decide the right course for Ubuntu. There are
>       also several Project Teams and Team Leaders, who may be able to
>       help us figure out the best direction for Ubuntu. When our goals
>       differ dramatically, we encourage the creation of alternative sets of
>       packages, or derivative distributions, using the Ubuntu Package
>       Management framework, so that the community can test new ideas and
>       contribute to the discussion.
> 
> And I still feel this is being taking as a personal attack and if the person feels that
> IS a personal attack then please conect the Community Council as I told you in the 
> IRC if you have a problem (that was said in the IRC chat and can be found on the line 420.
> 
> 
> = Ubuntu Code of Conduct v1.1 =
> 
> This Code of Conduct covers our behaviour as members of the Ubuntu
> Community, in any forum, mailing list, wiki, web site, IRC channel,
> install-fest, public meeting or private correspondence.  Ubuntu
> governance bodies are ultimately accountable to the Ubuntu Community
> Council and will arbitrate in any dispute over the conduct of a member
> of the community.
> 
>       '''Be considerate.''' Our work will be used by other people, and
>       we in turn will depend on the work of others. Any decision we take
>       will affect users and colleagues, and we should take those
>       consequences into account when making decisions.  Ubuntu has
>       millions of users and thousands of contributors. Even if it's not
>       obvious at the time, our contributions to Ubuntu will impact the
>       work of others.  For example, changes to code, infrastructure,
>       policy, documentation, and translations during a release may
>       negatively impact others' work.
> 
>       '''Be respectful.''' The Ubuntu community and its members treat
>       one another with respect. Everyone can make a valuable
>       contribution to Ubuntu. We may not always agree, but disagreement
>       is no excuse for poor behaviour and poor manners. We might all
>       experience some frustration now and then, but we cannot allow that
>       frustration to turn into a personal attack. It's important to
>       remember that a community where people feel uncomfortable or
>       threatened is not a productive one. We expect members of the
>       Ubuntu community to be respectful when dealing with other
>       contributors as well as with people outside the Ubuntu project and
>       with users of Ubuntu.
> 
>       '''Be collaborative.''' Collaboration is central to Ubuntu and to
>       the larger free software community.  This collaboration involves
>       individuals working with others in teams within Ubuntu, teams
>       working with each other within Ubuntu, and individuals and teams
>       within Ubuntu working with other projects outside. This
>       collaboration reduces redundancy, and improves the quality of our
>       work. Internally and externally, we should always be open to
>       collaboration. Wherever possible, we should work closely with
>       upstream projects and others in the free software community to
>       coordinate our technical, advocacy, documentation, and other work.
>       Our work should be done transparently and we should involve as
>       many interested parties as early as possible.  If we decide to
>       take a different approach than others, we will let them know early,
>       document our work and inform others regularly of our progress.
> 
>       '''When we disagree, we consult others.''' Disagreements, both
>       social and technical, happen all the time and the Ubuntu
>       community is no exception. It is important that we resolve
>       disagreements and differing views constructively and with the help
>       of the community and community processes. We have the Technical
>       Board, the Community Council, and a series of other governance
>       bodies which help to decide the right course for Ubuntu. There are
>       also several Project Teams and Team Leaders, who may be able to
>       help us figure out the best direction for Ubuntu. When our goals
>       differ dramatically, we encourage the creation of alternative sets of
>       packages, or derivative distributions, using the Ubuntu Package
>       Management framework, so that the community can test new ideas and
>       contribute to the discussion.
> 
>       '''When we are unsure, we ask for help.''' Nobody knows
>       everything, and nobody is expected to be perfect in the Ubuntu
>       community. Asking questions avoids many problems down the road,
>       and so questions are encouraged. Those who are asked questions should
>       be responsive and helpful. However, when asking a question, care must
>       be taken to do so in an appropriate forum.
> 
>       '''Step down considerately.''' Members of every project come and
>       go and Ubuntu is no different. When somebody leaves or disengages
>       from the project, in whole or in part, we ask that they do so in a
>       way that minimises disruption to the project. This means they
>       should tell people they are leaving and take the proper steps to
>       ensure that others can pick up where they left off.
> 
> We pride ourselves on building a productive, happy and agile community
> that can welcome new ideas in a complex field, and foster collaboration
> between groups with very different needs, interests and goals. We hold
> our leaders to an even higher standard, in the Leadership Code of
> Conduct, and arrange the governance of the community to ensure that
> issues can be raised with leaders who are engaged, interested and
> competent to help resolve them.
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