Ok I'll bite.
I'm curious why you've chosen to make some sections "mandatory" (such as Not being respectful to reasonable communication boundaries, such as 'leave me alone,' 'go away,' or 'I’m not discussing this with you.') but not others (such as The usage of sexualised language or imagery and unwelcome sexual attention or advances).
Not being respectful to reasonable communication boundaries, such as 'leave me alone,' 'go away,' or 'I’m not discussing this with you.'
The usage of sexualised language or imagery and unwelcome sexual attention or advances
I'm also not sure if actions that are downright illegal (doxxing) should be in a CoC. I gather it's generally a party foul for ToS and similar legally binding documents.
Sexual content presence is heavily opinionated. There’s a large part of dev community that thinks it’s okay.
Good concept. It can be tough to write these and this is a great start. I'd make a few suggestions for improvement:
Again, just suggestions, but I like the work so far.
Oh, some valuable stuff here! Thanks a lot! I’ll think about that.
Great start. This will be helpful for a lot of people!
There are several things that CoCs usually cover that this omits, however, especially in areas like "how to answer questions." You may take a look at these, and see if there is anything worth borrowing:
Oh thanks! Definitely will take a look.
Code of Conduct is quite useless, you can't please everybody and usually, a CoC is a way to angry all and sundry.
For example, the Linux's CoC.
Thank you so much!
Thanks! I really appreciate that!
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