seth vidal wrote:
On Mon, 2008-07-28 at 12:54 +0200, Anders Karlsson wrote:Something equivalent to the Code Of Conduct that Canonical implemented. It worked on the ubuntu lists. No reason it would not work here.I've got no problem with a separate list. I have A LOT of problems with a code of conduct for fedora. -sv
I agree with Seth.
Most of the "flame-fest" threads mentioned, while mostly boring, idiotic, and several other adjectives
I can think of... they do, on occaision, produce *something* of value, albeit rarely.
Shall we ban idiots, simply because they're moronic?
How about we just shoot 90% of the world and be done with it?
Jeff Spaleta wrote:
You miss my point. Are these discussions valuable or not. If theyThey are *sometimes* valuable... in the sense of a room full of monkeys on a typewriter will eventually produce
the works of Shakespear. I'd seriously consider supporting it... if for no other reason than the rare pearl it'll produce.
How can a discussion of open source and the GPL be harmful to Fedora or Red Hat?
I could not have stated that better myself.
If ya'll are going to insist on censorship and bureaucracy... please let me know...
I've got a lot of other distros to look at if that's the case.
I've been around Fedora/Redhat since ~1998/9... mostly because I'm stubborn...
and I'd really hate to have to kick it to the curb.
No Censorship in *ANY* form... period.
Lyos Gemini Norezel