CoC does not help in benchmarks

Erich Dollansky freebsd.ed.lists at
Tue Jul 17 08:01:28 UTC 2018


On Mon, 16 Jul 2018 12:10:47 -0400
Stephen Cook <sclists at> wrote:

> Was the project going to lose any significant contributors if we
> didn't protect them from *hugs*?

I would not have expected.
> against spurious accusations. It would also be a violation to "dox"
> someone, which the FreeBSD CoC does not protect against and in a way
> encourages: "Deliberate "outing" of any private aspect of a person's
> identity without their consent *except as necessary to protect
> vulnerable people from intentional abuse*" (emphasis mine).

I think that nobody thought of this at all.
> The FreeBSD CoC in its current form (or anything close to it) is
> pushing a political agenda in itself, has little to do with its

This is the point.

> alleged goals, and does not help the community. It is possible to
> protect people from harassment, or at least remove the offenders,
> without defining some sets of people as Vulnerable and another as The
> Oppressors.

As if this would not have happened before.

As result people who have nothing to do with this project could
suddenly play an essential role here without contributing at all, at
least not to the code.


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