[Lista-Gruppi] Fwd: CoC Version 2.0 has been released

Paolo Garbin paolettopn a gmail.com
Lun 19 Nov 2012 19:57:06 GMT


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Il giorno 19/nov/2012 20:42, "Dario Cavedon" <dcavedon a gmail.com> ha
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> Ciao a tutti!
>
> Nel caso qualcuno ne fosse all'oscuro, il Codice di Condotta era in
> fase di riscrittura. Adesso  appena stata rilasciata la versione 2.0.
>
> Dario
>
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Charles Profitt <indigo196 a rochester.rr.com>
> Date: 2012/11/19
> Subject: CoC Version 2.0 has been released
> To: ubuntu-news-team a lists.ubuntu.com, loco-contacts a lists.ubuntu.com,
> ubuntu-devel a lists.ubuntu.com
>
>
> A Code of Conduct is an important guiding document. It forms the basis
> for how an organization operates internally and externally. Writing a
> code of conduct is a long and difficult process especially when an
> organization is composed of people from varied cultures around the
> globe.
>
> Over the past two cycles the Community Council has put in a great deal
> of effort to merge the original Code of Conduct with the very
> important Leadership Code of Conduct so that the document more clearly
> communicates the guiding principals the community has. That work has
> involved two in-person sessions; one at UDS-Q and one at UDS-R. It has
> also involved two drafts being shared with the community in an effort
> to seek feedback. Every effort was made to clear up ambigous language
> or phrases that posed difficulty to translations.
>
> The Community Council would like to thank all the community
> contributors that offered their voices to the review process. Your
> varied perspectives helped us identify areas that needed refinement
> and polish. Your passion energized us to push through the difficult
> work of putting in to words the guiding core values of our community.
>
> Here is the summary of the changes.
>
>  - merged CoC and LCoC, factored in diversity statement too
>  - generalised it, so other communities can more easily make use of it
>  - mention CC-BY-SA 3.0 license
>  - generally reduced duplication
>  - make it clear that everybody can take action, there's no need to
> wait for formal recognition
>  - explain governance principles
>  - concrete leadership guidelines: added paragraphs about courage,
> considerateness and decisiveness
>
> The current version can be found here:
> https://launchpad.net/codeofconduct/2.0
>
> Thank you again to all the fantastic community contributors who
> assisted in crafting the current final document.
>
> Charles Profitt on behalf of the Ubuntu Community Council
>
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