Op 25-09-12 11:01, Tom Davies schreef:
If you see read rude comments on a list, go in discussion with the
writer off-list and post a nice reply on-list. I am pretty sure this
will help more then a "Code of conduct" which is very difficult to enforce.
I was wondering if we could set-up a "Code of Conduct" along the lines of Ubuntu's?
While we like to believe that everyone on the lists and involved with
LO is "just like us" that means very different things for different
combinations of "us". The marketing list and documentation lists are very polite and welcoming
when someone new arrives and starts asking questions but the Users List is often very rude and makes the new
person feel very unwelcome or even intimidated. Can we legislate against rudeness? Can we even define it?
Different people obviously have very different ideas about what is acceptable behaviour.
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