I have been thinking about this, and I think I might need to go back on my comment on "Code of Conduct" as a name - maybe Groovy needs something, that better expresses how non-toxic and constructive the environment here is, especially when compared to some of the worse examples out there, so I propose calling our code "Code of Nice Treatment", short "CONT" ;-)
Joking aside, I agree with OC and Paul: This is, as the old IT saying goes, a matter of liveness versus safeness. Total safeness leaves no room for much needed liveness, and total liveness is anarchy - as is so often the case, the truth lies somewhere in the middle. But as long as people behave as civil as they would when meeting other people face to face, there should be no need to invoke any codes of conduct in practice, and discussions should be able to focus on technical aspects. I would definitely also not like to find ourselves in a realm where anything but the validity of an argument would decide whose voice could or could not be heard, or decicions/discussions would be influenced by taking into account the emotions of the individuals involved.
On 20/11/2020 16:04, OCsite wrote:
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