[TriLUG] Trilug Values / Principles list (was: Trilug Kode of Kondukt )
James Olin Oden
james.oden at gmail.com
Tue Aug 14 11:13:02 EDT 2007
On 8/14/07, Phillip Rhodes <mindcrime at cpphacker.co.uk> wrote:
> Alan Porter wrote:
> > I don't think the Code of Conduct is silly.
> > I *do* like Çrístôbäl's suggestion that this positive statement might
> > not be the best place for an "enforcement" clause.
> I agree with that, and will throw in a related suggestion. How about
> we keep the positive stuff about "respect one another, seek
> collaboration, etc.", drop anything about penalties and enforcement
> and rename the thing the "Trilug Statement of Values" or "Statement
> of Principles" or something along those lines? That way it's not
> insulting to people who feel like they don't need some code to
> tell them how to behave, but it still gives us a document with
> a list of principles / values to rally around.
I like it!
> Note that doing this would not prevent the SC from acting
> to curb abuses in the future by revoking mailing lists posting
> privileges, etc., if a situation arose that required that sort
> of intervention. We can do that now, as I understand it, even
> without the Code of Conduct.
I sure hope so.
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