[Osmf-talk] Proposal - OSMF Should **NOT** Adopt a Code of Conduct

Michael Reichert nakaner at gmx.net
Sun Dec 3 23:06:37 UTC 2017

Hi Joseph,

Am 03.12.2017 um 23:56 schrieb Joseph Reeves:
> Look again at your email. Emily wrote:
>> but this space feels fraught with hostility and personal tensions
>> - some of which goes years back.
> In your response you asked for specific examples that Emily has suffered:
>> Can you pls. point to a mailing list post where you experienced
>> hostility and personal tensions?
> Without doubt you will have seen hostility and personal tension on the list
> over the last couple of weeks. It would be impossible not to see that. But
> you've asked Emily for a specific instance relating to *her. *The point is,
> the hostility and personal tension is discouraging to many people, whether
> or not it was directed specifically, and personally, towards themselves.
> Asking for someone to point out a specific instance that they have suffered
> abuse is not OK, misses the point of Community Standards, and only
> threatens to worsen the situation.

Could you offer Stefan alternative ways to express his wish that Emily
gives examples/reasons? How should he ask her?

It is easy to point on someone else and claiming him to be <bad
attribute> but it is not constructive and helpful if you don't explain
how to make things better.

Best regards


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