installations, not participation in Fedora events
Reporter: zbyszek | Owner:
Status: new | Priority: normal
Component: General | Resolution:
Comment (by jwboyer):
Replying to [ticket:53 zbyszek]:
== tl; dr ==
The policy is too complicated, yet lacks detail and does not provide
Statements like "The Information We Collect ... your Fedora
password .. your SSH public key ... your affiliation" are not
I hope the Council can help to push towards a better policy document.
things seem to be stuck in minimal edits over the last year and
half. Maybe the document should be opened for public editing on a wiki
somewhere so that people can rearrange the text and take it further from
current form. If the Council accepted the general idea of providing strong
privacy guarantees things could move forward.
You seem to have a good handle on the kinds of changes and overall
document you wish to see. Perhaps it would be more expedient if you took
the source of the current page (which is accessible) and modified it to
match what you would like to see. Then the Council, along with Fedora
Legal, could review the new document directly as a possible replacement.
As it stands, the Council has never explicitly addressed this issue and
its former incarnation in the Fedora Board tended to lean on Fedora Legal
to provide guidance. I won't speak for the Council, but I don't think
you'll find anyone really opposed to protecting privacy, yet they may be
hesitant to jump into a topic they are fairly unfamiliar with.
Ticket URL: <https://fedorahosted.org/council/ticket/53#comment:1>
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