Having read the above, I returned to Mattermost having previously avoided it because of the offensive language, but it is much the same as ever, language wise. I tolerated such demeaning words as "shit" and "fuck", but I do not like to see them, but when it comes to using any name for God as a exclamation, then that is offensive to me.Re: ReactOS Mattermost!
Post by EmuandCo » 09 Jul 2020 13:40
Now with 100% more Code of Conduct: https://reactos.org/wiki/Mattermost-CoC
So now I no longer go into Mattermost, neither do I go to the Jira Dashboard for the same reason and if I see any offensive language here, then I am finished with the Forum. Which leaves me with only the front page of reactos.org and the wiki, where I have never seen any offensive words.
It is a pity because, I not only like to read about the development of ReactOS, but from time to time I have read something that gave me an idea for another Layman's guide.
I agree with dizt3mp3r, that there should be some examples of words not to use, so as to guide people into using none offensive language.Re: Code of Conduct
Post by dizt3mp3r » 30 Oct 2017 11:51
2. Can we please modify the code of conduct to include a rule regarding offensive or inappropriate coercive language and possibly some examples of terms to avoid - just a thought to avoid misunderstandings in future.
And another thought is, that people signing up for an account at reactos.org, should have to agree to abide by the Code of Conduct.
Why are there 3 Codes of Conduct? There is one here in the forum, one in the wiki for Mattermost (this seems to be the same as for the forum) and a third one in the source code.
Why not just one universal code that covers all of the parts of reactos.org?
Who ever has the job of enforcing these codes, I say good luck to them, they will need to be very diplomatic in certain circumstances.