RFC: YAPC Code of conduct up on github?
robert at robertblackwell.com
Fri Mar 22 17:17:50 PDT 2013
I think this is a great idea to have the community work on the Code of
Conduct but do note that TPF has/had a lawyer helping to write a Code
of Conduct. Can someone from TPF chime to say if we can run a new
community edited Code of Conduct by the lawyers and what would the
timeframe be? There already is a CoC for YAPC::NA,
On Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 8:09 PM, Chris Weyl <cweyl at alumni.drew.edu> wrote:
> Awesome! Thanks Rob :)
> I _think_ we can just pull the code listed on the yapc site as a starting
> point, right? (I mean, there's nothing More Official out there we should
> use, yes?)
> On Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 5:05 PM, Rob Kinyon <rob.kinyon at gmail.com> wrote:
>> There is already a yapc account on github (I just tried to register it and
>> failed) that has one of rblackwe's repositories starred.
>> So, I went ahead and created the yapc-na organization. Stevan and Perigrin
>> and I are the initial owners and I will gladly bow out when asked.
>> I've also created https://github.com/YAPC-NA/code-conduct that anyone can
>> fork and provide a markdown or POD of the code of conduct. I will happily
>> accept pull requests to get this baby started.
>> On Fri, 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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>> Rob Kinyon
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