Pledge your respect and appreciation for contributors of all kinds to your open source project. (by ContributorCovenant)

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  • Qilin: A Starter Project Template For Every Open Source Project
    12 projects | | 25 Mar 2024
    While you are free to write your own or adopt one from another repository, project, or organization you respect, there exists a code of conduct written and maintained by the community known as the Contributor Covenant.
  • Get People Interested in Contributing to Your Open Project
    11 projects | | 5 Feb 2024
    Many Open Source projects have adopted the Contributor Covenant as their code of conduct. Check this page to see a list of adopters.
  • Hyprland Is a Toxic Community
    2 projects | | 17 Sep 2023 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.
  • PrismLauncher (the replacement for PolyMC) is now on flathub
    2 projects | /r/linux_gaming | 21 Oct 2022
    The Contributor Covenant that the maintainer removed to "reclaim polymc from the leftoids" was added in February: You can view a list of other communities that have adopted the covenant on their website.
  • What's going on with PolyMC being declared compromised?
    2 projects | /r/OutOfTheLoop | 18 Oct 2022
    For reference, the Code of Conduct they used is basically the same as this one:
  • How to Open Source Your Project
    3 projects | | 2 Aug 2022
    As your audience grows, it is vital that you define clear rules to create a safe environment for everyone to participate. A common way of doing this is to define a code of conduct (CoC), which sets some basic guidelines on what kind of community interaction will not be tolerated. We decided to stick to well-established frameworks and based our CoC on the Contributor Covenant.
  • The SQLite Code of Ethics
    4 projects | | 26 Jun 2022
  • Introducing OpenSourceLaw
    2 projects | /r/freesoftware | 26 Feb 2022
    Those aren't the only ways I could see things happen, but that represents a few points on the spectrum. Having been participating in the English Wikipedia community since the early days, I know that collaborative writing on a worldwide scale is hard, and leads to misunderstandings and hurt feelings. Hence the reason why things like the Contributor Covenant came out, and why Linus Torvalds took such a long time accepting something. Note, things labeled "Code of Conduct" and "Contributor Covenant" are one small slice of governance. Dealing with things like the ideal public transit system create a massive extra layer of complexity. Governance, in general, is difficult.
  • The New Life of PHP – The PHP Foundation
    2 projects | /r/PHP | 22 Nov 2021
    The Foundation and anybody who receives funds from it will be required to abide by the Code of Conduct.
  • The current state of bluetooth headsets on Linux?
    3 projects | /r/linux | 31 Jan 2021
    The proliferation of the "standard" Contributor Covenant CoC is the worst thing to ever happen to open source. You just have to read some of the threads from it's inception to see exactly where this was headed from the start.
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