My cursory web search came up with the one that was developed for the most
recent conference, but it's not clear to me what the breadth of the
document is supposed to include. I think it was applied to the IRC channel
during the conference, but if it was written specifically as a conference
policy, it's probably worth revisiting to ensure that it covers everything
needed community-wide outside of conference time as well.
On Wed, Jul 2, 2014 at 8:54 PM, Coral Sheldon-Hess <[log in to unmask]>
> I was under the impression that we had a code of conduct/anti-harassment
> policy in place for IRC and the mailing lists. Was this an incorrect
> I am definitely in favor of adopting one, if there isn't one in place!
> Logistically, Geek Feminism is also not a formal organization--they were
> recently described as an anarchist collective--so I think we could follow
> their lead pretty easily. We could make a mail alias that goes to a
> ROTATING team/committee (this is very important; people burn out, dealing
> with these things for too long), for reporting purposes. IRC aliases are a
> thing, too, right?