[development] Drupal code of conduct

James Gilliland neclimdul at gmail.com
Mon Aug 30 21:29:13 UTC 2010

Agreed, I was also not able to attend this Drupalcon so missed out on 
the BOF as well. I only brought this up because it blindsided me. I 
would have liked to have seen a call for review here but its really not 
that big of a deal. It was clearly discussed in a public 
setting(following our COC).

James Gilliland

On 08/30/2010 04:09 PM, Robin Monks wrote:
> We need to remember the majority of "Drupal" the community isn't at 
> Drupalcons.  And I'd also second g.d.o is nearly impossible to follow...
> Sadly this means now I'm brain-storming about community communication 
> again... One of the fun things with a big community like this is 
> letting developers in the trenches who are deploying Drupal, but not 
> working on core Drupal able to keep in the loop with what is going on.
> --Robin
> On Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 3:29 PM, Ken Rickard <agentrickard at gmail.com 
> <mailto:agentrickard at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     There was also a session and a BoF at DrupalCON Copenhagen last week,
>     so people could hash this idea out in person.
>     http://cph2010.drupal.org/sessions/drupal-rights-and-responsibilities
>     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 <mailto: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 <mailto:agentrickard at gmail.com>
>     http://ken.therickards.com
> -- 
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