[openstreetmap/openstreetmap-website] Let's adopt the Contributor Covenant code of conduct (#1299)
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Mon Sep 26 16:33:35 UTC 2016
> Can you share in how far adding the code of conduct to ID has increased your workload as a maintainer
If anything, added workload means that:
* I try to take a few more minutes revising my thoughts before posting on the issue tracker, mailing lists, twitter.
* I try to take breaks and go for a run when I get angry
* I sometimes get contacted via private email about iD and OSM, or in person at events. Sometimes these conversations turn to personal frustration about OSM and I try to provide whatever help I can.
* [banned one person temporarily](https://github.com/openstreetmap/iD/issues/3050#issuecomment-201951709) because of a personal attack, but this is the event that encouraged me to adopt the CoC in the first place.
So, that code of conduct is in the back of my mind more frequently now, and I think that's a good thing.
> I would suggest making it clearer that being added here means it applies to the openstreetmap-website repository only,
Yes, just to clarify, this is just for adopting a CoC _for this repository only_. If an OpenStreetMap-wide Code of Conduct is something people want, I think that would be great too, but like you said GitHub is not the way to introduce that.
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