[Linux-aus] Linux Australia Code of Conduct - revised draft
chrisjrn at gmail.com
Wed Nov 30 15:17:59 EST 2011
On Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 14:32, Russell Stuart
<russell-linuxaus at stuart.id.au> wrote:
> On Wed, 2011-11-30 at 12:05 +1000, Russell Stuart wrote:
>> It is one thing for LA to set standards for events it runs. But that is
>> not what is happening here.
> It's just been pointed out to me I may be barking up the wrong tree
> entirely here.
> What sort of events will this apply to? Does it apply say something
> like PyCon? Or is to only events LA could be considered to own, like
> LCA and meetings sub-organisations like SLUG? If so, are there any
> others apart from LCA and the LUGS?
As I understand it, the expectation is that it is run for all *events*
underwritten by LA (i.e. organised by an LA subcommittee).
This would include at least:
- SLUG events
- PyCon Australia
- Drupal Down Under
I (wearing my PyCon AU organisers hat) believe that it's perfectly
acceptable for LA to impose a set of values/requirements upon events
that it runs; but I also believe that the wording/intent of a code
that reflects this must be completely appropriate before it happens.
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