[Pulp-dev] Fwd: Community Standards

David Davis daviddavis at redhat.com
Fri Sep 21 16:15:42 UTC 2018

Thanks for reaching out to Github. I noticed this issue too. I wonder if
copying our Code of Conduct to CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md would fix the problem.
I’m not sure what sort of check they’re using but I guess we can try it and
find out. Personally though, I am not sure what the tool detecting our code
of conduct buys us so I’m leaning towards option A.


On Fri, Sep 21, 2018 at 12:06 PM Dana Walker <dawalker at redhat.com> wrote:

> Are we ok with GitHub's automation not detecting our Code of Conduct?  See
> forwarded message below.  I am, especially since it's a known issue they
> have a ticket open to improve, but wanted to ask the rest of you.
> Options:
> A) Leave as is, so we only have to maintain it in one place (our website)
> and link to it from our CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md file even though GitHub doesn't
> detect this.
> B) Duplicate the text into the CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md file to get detected
> properly by Community Standards automation in GitHub.
> --Dana
> Dana Walker
> Associate Software Engineer
> Red Hat
> <https://www.redhat.com>
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> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: GitHub Staff <support at github.com>
> Date: Fri, Sep 21, 2018 at 12:00 AM
> Subject: Re: Community Standards
> To: Dana Walker <dawalker at redhat.com>
> Hey Dana,
> Thanks for reaching out to GitHub Support!
> Currently, the tool will only check specifically for code of conduct files
> that we recognize, not just the existence of a CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md. This
> was an intentional choice made to avoid giving folks a checkmark if they've
> got a file full of content that is not actually a code of conduct.
> That said, we do have an issue open about improving this behavior & I've
> added your report there.
> In the meantime, if you'd like your code of conduct recognized, you could
> switch to one of the ones we provide via our code of conduct tool:
> https://help.github.com/articles/adding-a-code-of-conduct-to-your-project/#adding-a-code-of-conduct-using-a-template
> That would guarantee you're using a specific code that we recognize. I
> hope this helps, and just let us know if you have any other questions!
> Best regards,
> Tiara
> GitHub Support
> 👉Find support and come learn with other GitHub users in our new GitHub
> Community Forum
> <https://github.community/?utm_source=halp&utm_medium=email>.
> Hi,
> We've been trying to get the Pulp Project up to community standards,
> adding a Code of Conduct, a pull request template, contributing guide, etc.
> It still says we have no Code of Conduct even though the CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md
> file is in the main directory with the README and everything else that it
> is detecting. (See https://github.com/pulp/pulp and
> https://github.com/pulp/pulp/community) I was wondering if it's because
> we are linking externally to our site? We are trying to have only one place
> to maintain the file, but we do want to be compliant so that we are
> welcoming to new members of the community. Please let us know if the
> automated check just misses this kind of link out or if we have to do
> something else.
> Thanks!
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