On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 6:19 PM, Mitchell Baker <mitch...@mozilla.com> wrote:Yes, I think this is great. I see the "is upset by it" part of that as
> How does this fit with the proposed CoC? Someone reads your joke, doesn't
> understand it, is upset by it. The C of C (plus all their colleagues at
> Mozilla) should say something like -- talk to someone you trust. See if
> everyone else understand this to be humor, see if it bothers you as humor.
> If it does, speak to the person who sent it. Or if you're not able to do
> so (new to the community, uncomfortable saying you're uncomfortale), then
> talk to [named escalation path]. The role of the people in the escalation
> path is to help figure out if someone is uniquely senstive and help them if
> they are, and help both parties.
key. I see very little reason to try and force the Code of Conduct
into situations where our pre-existing conflict resolution strategies
are already effective, or where there isn't even a conflict to begin
with (Robert's example). I think much of the resistance to the CoC
seems to stem from the inference that it may be used that way.
I guess there are different views about what the code of conduct should include:
a) seems relatively uncontroversial as a concept (though may still
b) and c) are somewhat more controversial, largely because any list of
I know many people in these threads have been vocal about the
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