[Libre-silicon-devel] Code of conduct

Johann-Tobias Aaron Raphael Schäg johann-tobias-aaron-raphael.schaeg at tu-ilmenau.de
Wed Aug 25 00:58:15 CEST 2021

To prevent a misscommunication. I am in favor of a CoC and against 
https://github.com/domgetter/NCoC in particular.

Am 2021-08-25 00:26, schrieb David Lanzendörfer:

> I mean, I could also try to convince you all why taxation is theft and 
> why
> roads already were built in a time when there were no formal 
> governments
> paying it with tax payer money, but were built by tradesmen for being 
> able to
> conduct their free enterprise, and why central banks should be 
> abolished.
> But that's not the platform for that either :-)
> On Tuesday, August 24, 2021 2:01:59 PM WEST Johann-Tobias Aaron Raphael 
> Schäg
> wrote: Am 2021-08-23 11:16, schrieb Staf Verhaegen (FibraServi): Op 
> 23/08/2021 om 10:32 schreef Christoph Maier: On Mon, Aug 23, 2021
> at 12:38 AM David Lanzendörfer
> <leviathan at libresilicon.com> wrote: OK
> The thing is, that we've got to make sure in the future, that
> questions
> about funding and so can be answered with the code of conduct.
> In order to be effective, we can not accept money where strings are
> attached, because we've got to make sure that we stay independent.
> Especially with my back ground I'd know some folks to ask for funding,
> but then the independence and trustworthyness of the project would
> be put into question. Also patents are a no-no.
> Also we should underline in the COD that the LibreSilicon label must
> not be used by people to get involved in political activism, and it
> doesn't
> matter how well ment it is.
> Interestingly, a Code of Conduct is typically a well-meant (as opposed
> to well made) statement of political activism :-P
> Ah well. Whatever it takes ...
> Have you guys looked at No Code of Conduct:
> https://github.com/domgetter/NCoC

I don't think this code of conduct will serve community well. I thought
Lanzendörfer's suggestions on disallowing repropriatorization on
community controoled turf (such as maling lists) are a good idea. The
call for a code of conduct came because content on the mailing list made
people annoyed.
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