On Tue, 4 Sep 2018 at 22:45, Ana Martínez <anamma06(a)gmail.com> wrote:
The oSC organizing team has been discussing this
topic specifically and
we plan to do this for future oSCs.
The email is more about ensuring the information there is accurate,
than that single example. But even than thing is not only for the
openSUSE conference, but general for any conference or summit, which
makes it even more inaccurate. I've never seen an stuff T-SHIRT in any
openSUSE conference/event/summit. Independent of what the oSC
organizing team decision, I think the CoC should be reviewed.
I agree. As it is a Conference Code of Conduct, I think it's obvious
that both the organisation teams of openSUSE Conference and openSUSE
Asia should be involved in any review and changes of the CoC.
After all, they might want to change their organisation of their
events to fit the Code of Conduct, then it won't be so out of date ;)
Or if they do want to update them, they should probably be given first
opportunity to frame any changes - after all they'll be the ones on
the coal face dealing first with any incidents at their conferences.
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