[Pharo-users] Code of Conduct

Offray offray.luna at mutabit.com
Mon Sep 23 07:00:10 EDT 2019

I'm not interpreting anything, particularly I'm not interpreting that part, as I just point to the whole FAQ without making a particular interpretation of snippets of it.

Do your PR in the repo. I'm pretty sure that the bulk of your contributions to Pharo and the force of your arguments and specific suggestions will be considered by those who lead the project, as they have been in the case of others.

El 22 de septiembre de 2019 10:14:26 PM GMT-05:00, Steve Quezadas <steveeq1 at gmail.com> escribió:
>> But the low rate at which marginalized people are recruited, and
>> the high rate at which they leave the industry
><https://www.kaporcenter.org/tech-leavers/>, point to a larger
>> cultural and systemic problem.
>Your interpreting this information with a SJW lens. Otherwise known as
>"confirmation bias".  Look at the low proportion of blacks and women
>apply for CS majors in college. Are you going to say that colleges are
>using discriminatory practices to keep blacks and women from taking CS
>classes? Maybe the bulk of the low recruitment statistics is simply due
>non-interest within that sub-culture.
>I believe this CoC is a way to wedge left-wing politics in a
>maillist. I want it out.
>On Sun, Sep 22, 2019 at 7:37 PM Offray Vladimir Luna Cárdenas <
>offray.luna at mutabit.com> wrote:
>> I agreed that the last decision should be on the ones who made the
>> of the work. But I don't see relationship between a code of conduct
>> not being able to talk about code or contributions quality. Just
>> at the FAQ of the original CoC that originated the whole think, I see
>> lot of answers about the stuff being said on this thread (minorities,
>> left wing progressive agenda, diminish of code quality because of it,
>> mixing tech with non-tech stuff), so I will refer to it, because as I
>> said, I think that the PR should be the place for the bulk of the
>> discussion:
>> https://www.contributor-covenant.org/faq
>> The FAQ name goes pretty well, considering the amount of repeated
>> arguments they deal with. I think that many of the FAQ apply for
>> CoCs, despite of the possible different nature of CoC for the online
>> community and the CoC for other face to face events. BTW, Thanks for
>> links, both provide a better context for the emergence of the CoC in
>> Erlang community.
>> As said, I will try to see for specific contributions in the
>> correspondent PR in the repo, and made some if I have a one. For the
>> moment I'm trying to make my contributions on this thread, but is
>> a lot.
>> Cheers,
>> Offray
>> On 22/09/19 7:40 p. m., Richard O'Keefe wrote:
>> > This is not a question of left vs right.  It's a question of
>> > authoritarian vs libertarian.
>> > And this is very relevant to the community.
>> > It's also not a question of democracy vs central authority.
>> > It's a question of vs παρρησία vs goodspeak.
>> > And this is very relevant to the community also.
>> >
>> > Pharo is "owned" by the people who do the bulk of the work on it,
>> > and they are kind enough to share it with us.  That there is such a
>> > thing as a *Pharo* community is the result of their work.
>> >
>> > That there is such a thing as a Pharo *community* depends on the
>> of
>> > that community to communicate freely.  This cuts BOTH ways.  If
>> are
>> > scared off by incivility, that's bad.  If people are driven away by
>> incivility,
>> > that's bad.  But when you stop seeing rudeness as rudeness, which
>may be
>> > amended, and start seeing it as crimethink, you drive people away,
>> that
>> > is bad too.
>> >
>> > Let's consider a recent thread.  I took the position that << and
>> were
>> > confusing, unreliable, and unnecessary.  The unreliability issue
>has been
>> > addressed in Pharo 8; had I not been able to speak I would never
>> learned
>> > that.  Some people apparently think that it improves readability,
>> I find
>> > that << impairs my ability to understand.  The fact that BOTH sides
>> able
>> > to speak freely means that we now know (a) that there is no
>consensus for
>> > removing them from the system and (b) if you want other people to
>> your
>> > code you might want to think twice before using them, and we are
>> better off.
>> > But if criticising someone's opinion were construed as harassment,
>> thread
>> > would have been shut down before I displayed my code with a
>> generalisation
>> > that is worth having if << is worth having at all.
>> >
>> > I probably should have mentioned the Erlang code of conduct
>> > http://erlang.org/download/erlang_org_code_of_conduct.txt
>> > It is pretty a-political, has graduated response, and potential for
>> forgiveness.
>> >
>> > A code of conduct for *events* is another matter, which is why I
>> > Erlang up.
>> > http://erlang.org/pipermail/erlang-questions/2015-March/083849.html
>> > is eye-opening.  (It's mainly about Ruby community issues.)
>> >
>> > On Mon, 23 Sep 2019 at 11:51, Offray Vladimir Luna Cárdenas
>> > <offray.luna at mutabit.com> wrote:
>> >> My point was that this community, as a the big majority of FLOSS
>> is not a democracy and *not* having a democracy has shown its
>benefits in
>> human endeavors like science, technology, hackerspaces and so on.
>> >>
>> >> I'll keep the rest of the conversation with you on the source code
>> repository and the PR. See you there.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> On 22/09/19 6:40 p. m., Steve Quezadas wrote:
>> >>
>> >> This isn't science, this is a community. We don't need a CoC,
>> haven't been any problems on this list regarding nazis or whatever.
>This is
>> just a group of people trying to enforce their political ideologies
>> everyone else. Let's just remove the CoC altogether and just replace
>> with one line: "this maillist is about Pharo, anything else is
>> >>
>> >> If you want to debate on the merits of Islam vs Christianity/
>right vs
>> left / thugs vs racists , you are free to hold your opinion on some
>> sub, but it's offtopic here.
>> >>
>> >> On Sun, Sep 22, 2019 at 4:23 PM Offray Vladimir Luna Cárdenas <
>> offray.luna at mutabit.com> wrote:
>> >>> There is no data to support such supposed majority. But even so,
>> libre, open source communities are not democracies. Imagine the
>quality of
>> code or argumentation based on perceived majorities? If science would
>be a
>> democracy, the earth would be "still" flat.
>> >>>
>> >>> On 22/09/19 6:04 p. m., Steve Quezadas wrote:
>> >>>
>> >>> I would say that the majority don't seem to be in favor of it.
>> should be a democracy.
>> >>>
>> >>> On Sun, Sep 22, 2019 at 1:53 PM Offray Vladimir Luna Cárdenas <
>> offray.luna at mutabit.com> wrote:
>> >>>>
>> >>>> On 22/09/19 3:38 p. m., Steve Quezadas wrote:
>> >>>>>> The discussion so far shows that CoC is not a distraction to
>> >>>>> Actually, the discussion shows that the CoC is "a distraction
>> many".
>> >>>> Actually it shows that some people consider it a distraction,
>> >>>> don't. I think that every body here is able to form its own
>opinion on
>> >>>> that and invest time and effort accordingly.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Cheers,
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Offray
>> >>>>
>> >>>>
>> >>>>
>> >

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