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Hi Simon,

On Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 01:48:58PM +0200, Simon Phipps wrote:
   1. Add a statement such as the following to the conference web site:
   "The LibreOffice community is welcoming, diverse and international. This
   strength can sometimes bring with it different approaches to interaction
   that are unfamiliar and even occasionally unwelcome. We all have different
   comfort zone boundaries and many of us find it good to have a friend stand
   along side us when these boundaries are crossed for whatever reason.  If
   there's any aspect of the event that makes you feel uncomfortable, and you
   don't feel you can discuss it directly with those responsible or that just
   walking away is an acceptable solution, the Conference Moderator will
   discuss it with you in an accepting manner and act on your behalf to bring
   about a resolution if appropriate. For this year's conference, the Document
   Foundation Board has asked <name> to act as Moderator. Please contact
   <name>  either in-person or via <e-mail address> or <phone number>. <name>
   is authorised by the Board to take whatever steps are necessary to address
   any inappropriate actions during the conference."
   2. Ask the Document Foundation Board to seek and appoint a Moderator.
   3. Mention this arrangement in administrative remarks during the

I believe this approach balances the need for community oversight with
the recognition of our mutual differences. All the same, I doubt I've got
it right first time and I'd welcome improvements to this proposal.

Sounds great to me, thanks for your work on this Simon!



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