James Hazard <james.g.hazard@...>
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In case it is thought to useful to work iteratively on a Code of Conduct, this link has the W3 doc as a text object. The object is flat, but can of course be deepened.
Just a quick update on the Code of Conduct. It appears with 47 voters participating, we have a near even split between the two options. At least one participant chose not to vote for one of the other on the 3rd question, so we’re also in a dead tie at 23 votes each for both options.
I’m not sure this offers a clear path forward, but the good news is that either option appears to be acceptable by more than 90% of the community. I’ll leave the voting open, but this is where things stand as of now.
On Mar 11, 2016, at 9:44 AM, Michael Dolan <mdolan@...
Just a quick update. We have 25 responses so far. If you’ve not weighed in, please do so today. As mentioned yesterday on the call, this is about which CoC to start from and there may be provisions to add/remove before this goes for approval. Please look at the versions Arnaud put on Google Docs (not the respective source’s website) as there already have comments and suggestions for improvement embedded.
I will send out a link to the current results at the end of today.
On Mar 10, 2016, at 11:24 AM, Michael Dolan <mdolan@...
Members of the Hyperledger technical community, on the TSC call today, there was a discussion on options for adopting a code of conduct for the community. There were various aspects of both the W3C and Cloud Foundry options that seemed appealing. In order for the TSC to make a more informed decision about the broader community’s preferences, we’ve put together a VERY simple survey to get your feedback. It should take you 1-3 minutes at most to weigh in on your preferences. Please help provide datapoint to help the TSC understand the preferences of the community.
If you missed the discussion on the TSC call today, the recording should be up shortly on the GitHub Wiki along with the minutes. If you have not looked at either, the respective code of conduct documents the team have been working on can be found at the URLs below.
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