The SQLite Code of Ethics

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  • Opal

    Ruby ♥︎ JavaScript

    Advocating for removing a contributor for a statement on a different site, unrelated to the project, for example?

    https://github.com/opal/opal/issues/941

  • Vapor

    💧 A server-side Swift HTTP web framework.

    I guess you mean this document?

    https://github.com/vapor/vapor/blob/a7f340f64b7182e9e4202a9b...

    The only bit I see about tone is

    “Communicating in a ‘tone’ you don’t find congenial” on a list of things they said they would NOT act on complaints about.

    I see nothing in there that isn’t obvious getting-along-with-others stuff. It still seems to me that it’s helpful to write those things out rather than have them unspoken. It would feel unjust and arbitrary to me if I was pushed out of a community for bad behavior but not pre-warned what was considered bad behavior. It would also feel unjust if i were to be pushed out of a community because people kept saying shitty stuff to me and I complained about the hostility and they said “no rules were broken, suck it up”.

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