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  • a living document, something that we can refine based on our experiences and learning over time
  • a description of shared community responsibilities and a voicing of support
  • a resource where people can find clear descriptions and examples of acceptable and unacceptable behaviour in our community, focusing on the kinds of behaviours that might put the community at risk
  • inclusive of digital and in-person interactions
  • inclusive of the many types of contributions we make to the community: discussions, designs, code comments and review
  • inviting and supportive to those who have experienced marginalization or inequality in other technocentric communities
  • part of a larger movement among open source communities that clearly affirms inclusive values
  • supportive of open conversation discussion, including space for mistakes, cultural differences, perspective mismatches, and different levels of familiarity with the issues of inclusion
  • not intended to discourage debate, discussion, or differences of opinion and perspective, even when it's messy
  • a reminder to contributors that consistently aggressive or harassing behaviour is not welcome in our community, and that we share a collective responsibility to address unacceptable behaviour
  • supported by a confidential working group of advocates who reflect the diversity of our community

Proposed Code of Conduct

The Fluid community is currently discussing the adoption of the Contributor Covenant 1.4, a code of conduct that is used by many open source communities. The text of this code is listed below.


Advocacy Working Group

It has been proposed that we will establish a working group of advocates who will respond to conduct issues and determine an appropriate resolution based on the inclusive values and mandate of the community, and taking into account the points above. This working group will be formed by three participants in the community who reflect our diversity, and who will be openly nominated using Fluid's standard governance process (on list, lazy consensus). Working group members need not be committers or otherwise have special status within the community. A private, working group-only mailing list (advocacy@listsadvocacy@lists.fluidproject.org) will be formed to provide a confidential way for community members to reach out for help regarding conduct issues they've experienced in the community. Working group members have the responsibility to be responsive and to participate in discussions and issues that arise. When a working group member feels they can not longer sufficiently participate, the community will nominate a replacement.

Proposed Code of Conduct

The Fluid community is currently discussing the adoption of the Contributor Covenant 1.4, a code of conduct that is used by many open source communities. The text of this code is listed below.

Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct

Our Pledge

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