[pgpool-general: 6116] Re: Code of Conduct plan

Christophe Pettus xof at thebuild.com
Fri Jun 8 11:19:07 JST 2018

> On Jun 7, 2018, at 02:55, Gavin Flower <GavinFlower at archidevsys.co.nz> wrote:
> The Americans often seem to act as though most people lived in the USA, therefore we should all be bound by what they think is correct!

I have to say that this seems like a red herring to me.

1. The CoC committee handles actual incidents involving real people.  It's not their job to boil the ocean and create a new world; they deal with the matters brought before them.  I have no reason to believe that they will not apply good sense and judgement to the handling of the specific cases.

2. I don't think that there is a country where someone being driven out of a technical community by harassment is an acceptable local value.

3. The only actual real-life example of a culture clash that I've seen offered up here is the ability to say "c*nt" on a technical mailing list about databases.  That seems a very strange and specific hill to choose to die on in this discussion.

-- Christophe Pettus
   xof at thebuild.com

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