On Wed, Mar 25, 2020 at 11:00:49PM +0100, Daniel Pocock wrote:
> You sent me a private email asking me to confirm that
> "I agreed to comply with Fedora's Code of Conduct"
> I will choose to rephrase that: I agree to take Fedora's Code of Conduct
> into consideration. I feel that we all interpret these Codes of Conduct
> in a slightly different manner. When I see a volunteer being
> mistreated, which is what I saw in Debian during the Christmas period
> 2018, I won't be silenced by a code of obedience.
We need Fedora to be a place where people can participate and
contribute without fear. The Code of Conduct isn't a tool for
bludgeoning people into compliance. It's a basic part of the social
contract by which our community works. If you can't agree to abide by
it, that's certainly your right. I'm not interested in forcing anyone.
But those who can't agree can't be Fedora Project members or
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