I'd like to ban out some unwanted mass spamming addresses, from our hu
fedora mailing list (lists.fpo), and from the electronic-lab too - but
sadly I have forgot my password. I know my bad, but... who can help me
from the infra team?
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While organising the recent FUDCon in Pune we included a code of conduct, similar to the previous Flocks and other conferences worldwide.
I was wondering if we have any mechanisms in place where we can blacklist someone if indeed there was a violation.
I'm thinking of a Fedora project specific blacklist as well as a shared blacklist for major conferences worldwide.
The CoC would be pretty useless if there's no way to ban (from future gatherings) someone indulging in activities unwelcome to the project.
Also, we should include what steps we would take as a project depending on the nature of the violation in the CoC text itself.
If we already have such a mechanism in place, please point me to it. If not, would there be interest in setting up a service at least for Fedora events?
On 07/15/2015 09:23 AM, Haïkel wrote:
> +1 ejecting people is more than enough
I also don't think it's fair to blacklist someone from ever
participating in any conference ever because of a single incident.
Especially since - and I know for sure this has happened at least once
at another vaguely recent FLOSS conference - the said incident was
unfairly dealt with and really mishandled.
I was wondering if anyone is planning to go or give a talk at FSCONS . I
saw that over the last few years we had a presence at this
conference, so I was wondering if anyone will organize our presence
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