Implementing a code of conduct?

Roger Sicart Rams roger.sicart at
Fri Nov 25 14:53:53 UTC 2016

Hi there,

I'm a little bit late for this thread but I'll give my answers anyway:

Yes and Yes.

I found this Code of Conduct very common sense.

See you around, best,

On 11/03/2016 03:19 PM, Erik Albers wrote:
> Dear all,
> we (the local coordinators, country coordinators, team coordinators, the GA
> and the extended team including individual contributors) have been working on
> a Code of Conduct for FSFE events and communication. The wish came up by
> individual requests of people who felt attacked and by the fact that nowadays
> some sponsors (e.g. Mozilla) do not sponsor anymore events that do not have a
> clear Code of Conduct.
> We now feel that we have a final version at hand and would like to establish
> it soon:
> On the German general discussion list however, there have been some voices
> raised against having a Code of Conduct at all. Without repeating arguments
> and without trying to influence you, I would like to ask about your opinion:
> 	Are you in favor or against having a general Code of Conduct?
> 	Are you in favor or against having this Code of Conduct?
> We are happy about simple yes/no answers but feel free to also elaborate your
> opinion.
> Thank you very much,
>    Erik

Roger Sicart Rams

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