Implementing a code of conduct?

David Gerard dgerard at
Thu Nov 3 15:00:57 UTC 2016

The unfortunate fact is that this constitutes magical thinking that does
not work out in practice.

Also, these days the lack of a CoC actively repels people. They wonder
what's wrong with an organisation not to have one, and not have it be a
good one.

On 3 November 2016 at 14:31, Mauricio Nascimento <aurion at> wrote:

> On 2016-11-03 15:19, Erik Albers wrote:
>>         Are you in favor or against having a general Code of Conduct?
> I respect the effort of creating such code, but I am against of having a
> Code of Conduct. People are able to decide by themselves how to behave in a
> polite way and how to treat the others with respect and kindness.
> This is just my opinion and I do abide with the majority decision.
> Cheers,
> Mauricio
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