[development] Drupal code of conduct

Ken Rickard agentrickard at gmail.com
Mon Aug 30 18:29:54 UTC 2010

There was also a session and a BoF at DrupalCON Copenhagen last week,
so people could hash this idea out in person.


For clients, it is about setting expectations if the client ever
intends to interact with the community. If the client filters all
their needs through you, then Drupal (in all forms) should be
invisible to them.

On Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 11:00 AM, Jeff Greenberg <jeff at ayendesigns.com> wrote:
> Not a stretch at all, but I'm still a little shaky on the intention once you
> move away from DO. If all the above, when delivering a new site to a client,
> who hadn't known Drupal from donuts, do we have them raise their right hand
> and repeat?  (Now, that -was- sarcasm, but a serious question is buried
> within).
> On 08/30/2010 10:53 AM, James Gilliland wrote:
> Re context of "Drupal" I'd say all of the above. If you're discussing Drupal
> or in a Drupal related event, or drupal related discussion medium you should
> be following the DCOC. Its not like most of the items on the list are a far
> stretch from normal polite behavior anyways.

Ken Rickard
agentrickard at gmail.com

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