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Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Code of conduct

From: Mario Castelán Castro
Subject: Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Code of conduct
Date: Wed, 21 Apr 2010 18:54:23 -0500

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April 21th 2010 for Sylvain Beucler <address@hidden> copy in
address@hidden thread "Code of conduct".

Hi Sylvain.

I think we must distinguish a code from guidelines.  (At the best of
my understanding) A code is a set of mandatory rules, a guideline are
advices.  They are named "Code of conduct", but they give me the
impression you wrote them as advices when communicating with Savannah

I agree with the "code of conduct" in any way, but if they're really
meant to be a set of mandatory rules then I would like it to be
locked, and not to be modified further unless all savannah hackers
agree in a modification.  Currently it is on a wiki AFIK.

>You are a site admin, but you are in no way a project admin; when
>you're interacting with a hosted project, always assume you have no
>privilege: you cannot add yourself as a member, you cannot subscribe
>to their private mailing lists or read their archives, etc. Doing so
>would be considered extremely invasive by the project
>maintainers. Consider that there is a difference between what you
>technically can do, and what you morally can do. The moral prevails.

I know and agree in the fact I'm not project admin; however sometimes
people discline to meet the requirements.  What It is supposed we
should do in those cases, if not to fix the issues by ourself?.

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