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[Savannah-hackers] Re: [CoreTeam]Re: [support #102654] Abuse of the BUG
[Savannah-hackers] Re: [CoreTeam]Re: [support #102654] Abuse of the BUG tracking system
Thu, 4 Dec 2003 12:24:20 +0100 (CET)
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> This way, it will not sound as a black-listing of someone due to a bad
> historical account.
This is an extreme situation in which such "blacklisting" has
happened. Why would one want to make the situation sound different
from how it actually is?
> it is worth making the effort to write fair rules anyway.
> Can you post a message with such rules? It can be only 4 lines, it
> does not needs to take long, it just have to address the problem of
> mdupont messages in a neutral way; not focused on mdupont.
Here's what I came up with. It sounds a bit angry, so I have some
doubts whether publishing it is really a good idea.
The DotGNU project welcomes contributions as well as criticism from
everyone who is capable of discussing disagreements in a decent
manner. In case of conflicts, every conceivable attempt will be
made to resolve the issue in a mutually acceptable way. If someone
abuses the project's communication infrastructure (irc channel,
mailing list, bug tracker, etc) for purposes of harassment, the
offender will get at least a dozen warnings and at least two "last
chances" before the offender gets permanently "banned",
i.e. disallowed from using the project's communication infrastructure.
Founder & Steering Committee member of DotGNU, see http://dotgnu.org/
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Norbert Bollow, Weidlistr.18, CH-8624 Gruet (near Zurich, Switzerland)
Tel +41 1 972 20 59 Fax +41 1 972 20 69 http://norbert.ch
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