A template for communities to create a custom Code of Conduct and enforcement procedures.
And from that:
Two notable examples:
Probably more but I’m on vacation. Also I’m expecting you to respond saying something like “Those don’t count” anyways
Pledge your respect and appreciation for contributors of all kinds to your open source project.
https://www.contributor-covenant.org/ is (was?) the most widely adopted code of conduct in FOSS, initially drafted by a Ruby contributor, who also happens to be transgender if that's pertinent information to you. It's the genesis seed from which all this code of conduct madness stems from. Personally I'd stick with "be excellent to each other" or "say what you want, just don't insult other contributors" or something vague, ambiguous and universally understood as that. I'm not really a fan of rigorous social rules, so my view on this starts from that position.
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