From: Lukas Blakk <lsbl...@mozilla.com>
Date: Fri, 9 Mar 2012 10:32:02 -0800 (PST)
Local: Fri, Mar 9 2012 1:32 pm
Subject: Re: The (Overdue) Need for Community Conduct Standards at Mozilla
I believe it does supplant the need to overrotate on planet policy since having a standard of participation in the Mozilla community becomes an overarching agreement that can be in the fabric of all mozilla projects and interactions. That would include planet and thus, can allow us all to move together on the larger standard instead of trying to create one-offs every time there's an issue brought up in a specific corner of mozilla.
Also, whether planet decides to revamp their UI or the types of feeds it requires is not actually governance, where a code of conduct is.
Benoit Jacob <bja...@mozilla.com> wrote:Well, aren't these two different discussions that need to happen anyway, regardless of each other?
I personally still hope that Planet Mozilla will be restricted very far beyond just what is banned by the Community Conduct Standards.
I don't mean to distract from the present discussion, but conversely, I don't think that it should plain replace the Planet Mozilla discussion.
----- Original Message -----
> Thank you for helping you steer the discussion away from what Planet
> Mozilla should and shouldn't be and instead bringing up the deeper
> issue that needs to be address by this group.
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