[Libre-silicon-devel] Code of conduct
leviathan at libresilicon.com
Wed Aug 25 17:50:34 CEST 2021
Haha, and yeah, we all know those kind of people who think they're the
"resistance", and people who speak out against their authoritarian behaviour
would be "facists"... Which in itself doesn't make any sense anyway...
Also, if every major corporation and even the government agree with you,
it's a good indicator, that you are NOT the resistance.
But I'm not surprised that the EU cooperation went to the Wokémon at
FOSSIs, because you know, you've gotta represent'em all. xD
Another reason why I'm not a fan of government funding, because it's
always tied to some political bull, if someone wants to donate privately
or semi-privately to a project which aims to one day actually produce
semiconductors which do not allow agencies to stick their noses into
our private conversations, in order to check on whether we only use words
from the new revision of the INGSOC dictionary, I'm fine with it, otherwise
I'm ok with not getting parts of the money the governments stole from EU
citizens in the form of taxes. :-)
On Wednesday, August 25, 2021 4:01:56 PM WEST lkcl wrote:
> On August 25, 2021 2:24:08 PM UTC, "David Lanzendörfer"
<leviathan at libresilicon.com> wrote:
> >Maybe just a disclaimer somewhere to please TRY to avoid starting
> >debates on this mailing list?
> what happens on the next "incident"? add that to the list of proscribed
> topics, too?
> a Charter which has "always do good, never do harm" it is pretty obvious
> that a distracting off-topic political debate might irritate some people,
> but more importantly make the project look weird and thus "cause harm", as
> well as "waste time" (more "harm")
> however, it *might* be the case that people *welcome* an amusing distraction
> if under a lot of pressure to get a job done. they can let off steam, and,
> importantly, they know that whoops they just wasted time, and, with the
> contrast now clear, get back on topic with more focus simply out of sheer
> thus it is really down to context, each and every time, and that's not in
> the least bit possible to put into something as strictly defined as a
> proscribed list of topics and behaviours.
> this is what particularly angered and upset me about the FOSSI Foundation,
> whose dictats can only be described as urban-dictionary-definition (2)
> "fascist", when they banned me from their lists *based on their own
> judgemental and day-to-day mistakes*, completely without asking what was
> going on, in any kind of empathic or context-sensitive way.
> bottom line is, you know exactly when a topic has crossed a line, because
> people will get upset and go off topic and be distracted and so on and so
> forth. that is by definition "harm" and you can watch out for it in all
> its forms... *without* needing to actually spell it out.
> NCoC without a [N]CoC :)
> (2) https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=fascist
> 2. A lesser authority (corporation, mayor, cop, boss, parent) who legally
> issues harsh, burdensome, micro-managing, insensitive, or uncaring orders
> -- especially when they know, or should know, that their goals can be
> accomplished with more autonomy and much less hardship or distress.
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