CoC does not help in benchmarks
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Sun Jul 15 23:28:19 UTC 2018
On Sun, 15 Jul 2018 20:21:30 +0200
"Julian H. Stacey" <jhs at berklix.com> wrote:
> Erich Dollansky wrote:
> > Hi,
> > here are the consequences of putting a CoC up high on the priority
> > list:
> > https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=windows-freebsd112-8linux&num=1
> FreeBSD performance is really bad on some comparisons there.
> > Focusing on software would have made FreeBSD do better.
> Yes, The new COC imposition distracted from coding:
distracted is a nice euphemism for 'good people ran away'.
> The COC hi-jack replacement promoted by FreeBSD Foundation, was
> contentious, incompetently phrased in places, imposed without
Here I disagree. It was competently phrased when targeting a
functioning community with the aim to damage it.
> prior debate, enforced by a few commiters, wasted peoples time &
> caused annoyance. Aside from the content, the process also
> deserves reprimand. There were complaints to core at . Core secretary
> wrote me that review was in progress. Nothing long since.
> The hijacked COC needs at least core@ review.
> Discussion before would have been better.
> I'd at least suggest append:
> "No one may edit this COC, without prior consent of core@"
> As the promoting commiters abused due process, stifled debate, &
> their hijacked COC foists their own "Code of Conduct Committee" &
> taht will deny most appeals, a sceptical eye seems appropriate ;-)
> "This Code of Conduct is based on the example policy from the Geek
> Feminism wiki."
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