← Back to team overview

mimblewimble team mailing list archive

Re: On the Code of Conduct


As an external contributor, I also view this as toxic commentary. It's good though to question everything as this community evolves but ideally without getting emotional.

-------- Original Message --------
On Sep 17, 2018, 01:00, Ethan Heilman wrote:

> From my perspective Luke's comments are one of the clearest examples of concern trolling I've yet seen on the internet.
>>a systemic law of organisations that all contributions from all contributors be valued
> As anyone who has cooked a meal will agree not all contributions are welcome. Arsenic does not improve a soup and toxic derailing comments rarely benefit a software project.
> On Sun, Sep 16, 2018, 6:23 PM Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton <lkcl@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On Sun, Sep 16, 2018 at 10:18 PM, Justin Zheng <justin.zheng@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> I think that Luke's opinion on the matter should be valued regardless of his
>>> attitude towards Igno,
>>  appreciated, justin: you may be interested to know that it is a
>> systemic law of organisations that all contributions from all
>> contributors be valued and respected.  breaking this law has
>> consequences.
>>  also, it's very important that i correct a misunderstanding: i have
>> *no* "attitude" towards Igno.  if you look closely at what i have
>> written, you will find absolutely no evidence of an "opinion" or
>> "attitude" whatsoever.
>>  what you *will* find instead, after careful re-reading, is a simple
>> series of "if this and that then consequence X will result".  there's
>> absolutely no judgement in that *whatsoever*.
>>> even though imo it shows the importance of having a
>>> Code of Conduct.
>>  indeed.  and it is extremely interesting to note that the sarcasm
>> deployed by igno in his very first (and only) response, and the
>> various vociferous attacks "blaming me" as the "sole exclusive source
>> of all and any problems", are perfectly well permitted under the toxic
>> document that this project follows.
>>> However, I 100% believe that the benefits of a CoC outweigh not having one.
>>  absolutely i agree that there should be *some* form of document that
>> specifies acceptable interaction.  it is worth reiterating: i have not
>> yet received a single question - out of nearly a dozen responses.
>> l.
>> --
>> Mailing list: https://launchpad.net/~mimblewimble
>> Post to     : mimblewimble@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> Unsubscribe : https://launchpad.net/~mimblewimble
>> More help   : https://help.launchpad.net/ListHelp

Follow ups