RFC: YAPC Code of conduct up on github?
stevan.little at iinteractive.com
Fri Mar 22 16:59:26 PDT 2013
I second this idea, by letting the community edit the CoC we can (potentially) get greater community buy in.
On Mar 22, 2013, at 7:48 PM, Chris Weyl <cweyl at alumni.drew.edu> wrote:
> Hey all --
> Apologies if this is already the case, or has been discussed already. But given what happened at pycon in the last week or so, I think we should also post our code of conduct on github such that we can all fork, edit, and submit suggested edits as pull requests. (details to be hammered out, yes, but the same basic workflow as any other pull-req)
> I know I was reading our code of conduct yesterday, and thinking how I'd like to see some language in there talking about not just gender, sexual orientation and ethnicity (among others), but also about gender identity, gender expression, and national origin... so I'd be first in there with a pull request :)
> Thoughts? What would it take to do this?
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