An update on the items below, just in time for the conference:
Part one - pull request time
The pull request has been merged, so we have an updated code of conduct!
Thank you Mark for merging the request.
Part Two - Expanding the CoC4Lib to community spaces outside the conference
Per the conversation in the issue opened at
https://github.com/code4lib/antiharassment-policy/issues/66, tere is a gist
that is a major version update to "How to hack code4lib" at
https://gist.github.com/yo-bj/85567f9db773c190b44e4add5e3bc9e0. Feel free
to comment in the thread. I will also host a breakout session at the
conference this week to go over the gist as well as discuss possible
restructuring of reporting structures.
Part Three - IRC admin help
Thanks again to Mark for working with Freenode to register the #code4lib
IRC channel. Mark is the primary contact for the channel, with Ross Singer
and me as secondaries. The @helpers user list has also been updated to
reflect the current regulars in IRC, again, just in time for the conference.
Cheers and see a number of you in a couple of days,
On Sun, Jan 7, 2018 at 11:42 AM, Mark A. Matienzo <[log in to unmask]>
> Hi Becky,
> Regarding Part Three, I'll contact Freenode staff and see if there are
> Mark A. Matienzo <[log in to unmask]> | http://anarchivi.st/
> On Sun, Jan 7, 2018 at 8:55 AM, Becky Yoose <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > Good day, folks,
> > This email comes to you in three brief parts.
> > *Part One - Pull request time*
> > We have a pull request
> > <https://github.com/code4lib/antiharassment-policy/pull/50> that folks
> > have
> > generally agreed should be merged, but the timing was too close to the
> > conference for the PR to be merged. In order for us not to be caught by
> > same timing error as last year, would it be possible to pull this one in
> > this week?
> > *Part Two - Expanding the CoC4Lib to community spaces outside the
> > conference*
> > An outstanding question that we have with the CoC4Lib is how to expand
> > text to explicitly go beyond conference time, particularly online
> > spaces. To that end, a new issue thread was created at
> > https://github.com/code4lib/antiharassment-policy/issues/66 with a
> > possible
> > addition to the CoC4Lib for folks to consider. I've volunteered to help
> > facilitate any breakout discussions surrounding this possible change at
> > c4l18, if people would like to discuss in person as well.
> > *Part Three - IRC admin help*
> > You might have noticed that on 12/25/2017 that the code4lib IRC channel
> > hit by a spam bot. The bot was eventually blocked, but a question came up
> > regarding the number of folks who have ops powers who can respond to
> > like this (as well as other non-urgent issues in the IRC channel). Is
> > a way that we can increase the number of IRC folks who have ops
> > in the channel?
> > Thanks for reading, and have a good start of your 2018 year,
> > Becky