The previous "code of conflict" was obviously not doing the job it set out to. The new one is fine. Politics are inescapable and even denial in the various forms of "I don't want [flavor of the day] to be unnecessarily political" constitutes a political position in and of itself: preference for a status quo that many if not most people have come to feel inhibits the growth and health of the community. The denunciation of the "unnecessarily political" tends to be a stalking-horse for the sort of libertarian ressentiment we could do with less of overall.
Perpendicularly related question: do you use L*x in your stack?
Extensively, both at work (Ubuntu) and at home (Arch and a variety of others).
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