On Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 02:58:58PM +0100, Gordon Guthrie wrote:
Let us be honest. No one reads code of conduct, license terms or manuals.
That's true, but the process of writing them and getting them accepted
changes any organisation that produces them.
This is offtopic here, as the conference starts in a few days, so changing the
organisation wont affect it.
Having a full code of conduct might be nice (and it is discussed in for the
LibreOffice forums effort IIRC), however note that we already have some basic
words to the topic even in the statues of the TDF.
- not dicuss a CoC _here_ (in context of the conference)
- optionally further that topic for later events and for example the forums
The important part is having the contact persons at the conference.
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