[erlang-questions] Announcing Erlang.org Code of Conduct
Lloyd R. Prentice
Tue Mar 24 05:24:44 CET 2015
My great goodness me. I lost count after 100 replies to this post. Looks to be maybe twice as many?
I've been monitoring and participating in this list for many moons now. I'm consistently impressed with the quality of content, civility of discussion, and patience of guru responses to dunderheaded noobie questions posted by folks like me.
Code of conduct? Do we need one? Have I missed something?
My contention: If we spent half as much intellectual horsepower working to polish obscure corners of Erlang libraries and docs as invested in this thread we'd have the finest language platform on the planet.
But what do I know.
All the best,
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> On Mar 13, 2015, at 10:23 AM, Bruce Yinhe <community-manager@REDACTED> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> To encourage a welcoming, inclusive climate for communication within the erlang.org community, the Erlang/OTP team, together with members of the community, has released a new code of conduct, available at http://www.erlang.org/download/erlang_org_code_of_conduct.txt. This code of conduct lays out a guideline of how to communicate within the erlang.org community in a way we hope is easy to read, help mutual understanding and avoid flames. The erlang.org community is by definition all communication in or around erlang.org, including but not limited to the erlang.org mailing lists or Github discussions.
> This code is not exhaustive or complete. It serves to distill our common understanding of a collaborative, shared environment and goals. We expect it to be followed in spirit as much as in the letter.
> Bruce Yinhe
> Erlang Community Manager
> Industrial Erlang User Group
> +46 72 311 43 89
> erlang-questions mailing list
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