Proposal for ML conduct
skvidal at fedoraproject.org
Fri May 15 13:10:52 UTC 2009
> On Thu, 2009-05-14 at 16:49 -0400, Paul W. Frields wrote:
>> The delegated monitors will warn violators of our "Be excellent to
>> each other" policy in the form of a one-day list moderation (with
>> notice to the poster). Messages not allowed through will be returned
>> to the poster with explanation as to why they were not allowed.
> So, the monitor will send a private email to the poster and put the
> poster under moderation.
> How could this process be more open?
It doesn't need to be.
> How can we allow the poster to defend themselves publicly?
They have no right to a public defense - this isn't a court of law, we are
not a gov't. There are no rights here.
> How can monitors avoid being accused of acting unreasonably?
By not acting unreasonably.
And if someone thinks they are being messed with by a monitor then they
can bring it to the board.
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