[Pulp-dev] Proposed Update to PUP-4
amacdona at redhat.com
Tue Jul 24 16:20:50 UTC 2018
I'm a firm +1 on this, but I do have a related thought.
I think I speak for everyone, but please correct me if I'm wrong, one of
our goals is to have an inclusive community that has very very simple
requirements to be a part of. At the moment, I think we may have taken this
as far as it can go, the Pulp community literally contains everyone who
wants to be in. This is awesome! However, if there is only one thing that
we enforce to be a part of the community, it ought to be the CoC.
I don't think we ought to get crazy, but what I have in mind is that the
Plugin table in our docs shows only plugins that have a code of conduct
This would ensure that anyone who participates in the community is
protected, and it gives sub-communities the ability to go farther if they
I'm not sure how to phrase this, but maybe something like "For a plugin to
be officially recognized by the Pulp community*, it must adopt this code of
conduct in its entirety, though it is their prerogative to extend it."
* Official recognition is not official endorsement, but does include some
1. ability to track plugin issues on the Pulp redmine
2. plugin source may live in the Pulp org on github
3. Plugin will be listed on the Plugin table
I don't want to hold this up for potential complexities of implementing ^,
but if plugins are to be considered a part of the community (and they must)
then we need to provide something more powerful than "encouragement" to
ensure that the entire community is inclusive.
On Tue, Jul 24, 2018 at 11:37 AM, Dana Walker <dawalker at redhat.com> wrote:
> A PR  is up with a proposed update to PUP-4: Code of Conduct .
> The proposal changes the details of where the Code of Conduct is to be
> Please review and provide any comments, suggestions, and +/- 1's to the
> proposed changes by Sunday August 5.
>  https://github.com/pulp/pups/pull/12
>  https://github.com/pulp/pups/blob/master/pup-0004.md
> Dana Walker
> Associate Software Engineer
> Red Hat
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> Pulp-dev at redhat.com
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