[llvm-dev] Resuming the discussion of establishing an LLVM code of conduct
Tanya Lattner via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Thu May 5 14:19:37 PDT 2016
Having a code of conduct like this is just as bad as having no code of conduct at all. It trivializes the importance of a code of conduct and its pretty much impossible to enforce.
After observing what is happening in many other communities in regards to women in technology, I would be much more likely to participate in a community that actually has a well thought out and meaningful code of conduct.
> On May 5, 2016, at 8:53 AM, C Bergström via llvm-dev <llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:
> Proposed alternative
> LLVM Code of Conduct (LCoC)
> Prologue: LLVM community as a whole strives for equality and respect
> in all areas. With this in mind, we want to establish a few words that
> help(s)? everyone understand what to do if there is ever questions or
> Motto: Be respectful, have fun and do great engineering.
> LLVM Community members: People in and around the LLVM community - this
> crosses borders and lots of forms of communication.
> Community moderators: The community will vote for three moderators
> who will hold the term for 1 year.
> Moderators are to help with dispute resolution, conflicts and other
> situations as-needed. They should uphold the community values, motto
> and strive to be unbiased, objective, fair and apply common sense
> principles to the situation as well as if any action is needed.
> Moderator assistance: There's no way to create an exhaustive list of
> scenarios, but in general if you feel uncomfortable with someone in
> the LLVM community it's best to send a friendly email and include as
> much as possible to - _____ at ____.__
>  How do define who can vote - not everyone is on the mailing list..
> this in itself is tricky..
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