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Re: Code of conduct
I just pushed the code of conduct, fully based on the Rust one with very minor edits:
Thanks to Yeastplume for setting up the moderation email list. At this point, Yeastplume, Casey Rodarmor and I are members. Hopefully all of this won't ever need to be used.
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> Subject: [Mimblewimble] Code of conduct
> Local Time: September 12, 2017 5:53 PM
> UTC Time: September 12, 2017 5:53 PM
> From: igno.peverell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> To: mimblewimble@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mimblewimble@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Hi all,
> I'm starting to pick things up from our branding thread (looks like we're going with milligrins and microgrins btw) and I'd like to setup a code of conduct. At this point even Github is recommending one (community tab for project owners) and I think it's a good thing for this project medium to long term.
> Yes, most of it boils down to "don't be an ass" and shouldn't even need to be said. Unfortunately, it's still often necessary. As a side note, it never actually is "don't be an ass", but more "don't be an ass *here*". Everyone should be free to be an ass when they want to, as long as they're not a pain in ours :-)
> As a baseline, I like the Rust one, it just needs some minor tweaks:
> Let me know if you have specific issues with it before I commit something.
> - Igno