RFC: YAPC Code of conduct up on github?
rob.kinyon at gmail.com
Sat Mar 23 07:17:19 PDT 2013
On Sat, Mar 23, 2013 at 1:54 AM, Michael G. Schwern <schwern at pobox.com>wrote:
> I'd like to use the YAPC-NA/code-conduct wiki to write down a lot of the
> good points made in this thread. Things like the procedure to review
> and adopt a new CoC. What Karen was saying about how do we actually
> "run it by a lawyer" and keeping our promises for an event. Other
> resources to pull from. This could go on the YAPC wiki, but I'd rather
> keep the documents together and ensure they persist from year to year
> I'd also like to add additional documents related to the CoC to this
> repository. For example, we need attendee and staff procedures and
> guidelines. What do we do and what do attendees do? AFAIK we're
> missing those very important procedures. They should be public as well,
> so people better understand what the CoC is about, what we'll do about
> harassment, that we have many options other than "throw people out", and
> that reporters will be made safe.
Yes, this is *exactly* what I was thinking of. So, please do this.
> So, concrete actions...
> * I'd like to be able to process pull requests and issues, so I request
> pull access to the code-conduct repository.
You're now an owner of the YAPC-NA organization. Go forth and do awesome
* I'd like to use the wiki, but I believe I needs to be initialized by a
> repository admin.
Physician, heal thyself! :)
> Which I suppose I can make happen by posting Github issues.
Or just asking me. :)
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