[OSGeo-Conf] [OSGeo-Discuss] Code of Conduct in Real Case
jachym.cepicky at gmail.com
Wed Jun 24 10:11:12 PDT 2015
To get the presentation in balance again, I suggest:
1) add description to the slide with Girls' Generation image (neither I do
not know this band)
2) replace back of a woman with back of a man, so that the message remains
the same. I volunteer with couple of images of mine, you can grab it from
st 24. 6. 2015 v 17:52 odesílatel Kristin Bott <bottk at reed.edu> napsal:
> Hi, all --
> Including the conference list on this, since I think it's relevant (and I
> suspect that variations on this conversation are happening in multiple
> re: implementation plans for the CoC. A group of folks met during State of
> the Map in NYC earlier this month to talk about what an implementation plan
> might look like. We are currently drafting language to present to the board
> to form a CoC committee *as well as *drafting an implementation plan.
> Jeff, we can most certainly have this done by 1 September 2015.
> Responding to CoC concerns is not simple -- we're trying to create a
> structure and a process that will make this as smooth as possible for all
> If you have any questions / concerns about this, feel free to contact me,
> off-list or otherwise.
> cheers -
> On Wed, Jun 24, 2015 at 5:03 AM, Jeff McKenna <
> jmckenna at gatewaygeomatics.com> wrote:
>> I thank Sanghee for bringing this to the community. I want to point out
>> that having just a "Code of Conduct", words, on a website is not enough,
>> there needs to be a whole structure of how to handle this. In bold
>> letters I want to state publicly: there is currently no implementation
>> plan for the OSGeo Code of Conduct. This is not acceptable. A few good
>> volunteers have been discussing offline how to setup an implementation
>> plan, as well as possibly even a new OSGeo committee for this, great,
>> but, it is still in discussion stage. Without some sort of plan,
>> community members are already contacting me directly with reports, and I
>> have no formal way to handle these reports. (Sanghee was nice enough to
>> help me solve this together publicly, but, this obviously cannot apply
>> to all reports)
>> I suggest, propose, that if there is no implementation plan for the Code
>> of Conduct by the 1st of September, that the Code of Conduct is removed
>> from all visible OSGeo pages, and is replaced with a simple Diversity
>> I am sorry for being direct here, but, as you can see, this needs to
>> move forward, or not at all.
>> Jeff McKenna
>> President, OSGeo
>> On 2015-06-24 7:22 AM, Sanghee Shin wrote:
>> > Dear All,
>> > It’s now time to apply OSGeo CoC(Code of Conduct) in real case.
>> > I was asked to remove a few slides from my presentation "7 Reasons why
>> you should come to FOSS4G 2015 Seoul”, which is at the main page of
>> FOSS4G Seoul, as being possibly offensive to women. Specifically to say,
>> slide #6 (nude female in painting) and slide #20 (row of female models) are
>> those controversial ones.
>> > I refused this asking immediately because I don’t believe my
>> presentation breach the OSGeo CoC and I don’t agree with that view.
>> > However since this is not the first time asking me to remove those
>> slides from my presentation and OSGeo now have CoC, I think we’d better
>> discuss this issue more openly to reach conclusions.
>> > I might be wrong and I’d like to hear other people’s opinion on this
>> from all around the world. Also I expect Conference Committee’s input as
>> well, because this is the matter of OSGeo conference.
>> > I’m open to remove/amend/keep those slides after hearing other people’s
>> opinions on this. Also I believe it’ll be a great chance for OSGeo to learn
>> how to apply CoC in real cases.
>> > *Sidenote for defending myself:
>> > - Slide #6 is the part of Salvador Dali’s well known painting named
>> “Lincoln in Dalivision”
>> > - Slide #20 is the picture of famous girl group, Girls’
>> Generation(SNSD), which I believe as symbolic icon of wide spread of
>> Korean culture(K-Culture) in/around Asia.
>> > All the best,
>> > Sanghee
>> > http://www.osgeo.org/code_of_conduct
>> > http://2015.foss4g.org
>> > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lincoln_in_Dalivision
>> > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Girls%27_Generation
>> > ---
>> > Sanghee Shin, Chair of FOSS4G 2015 Seoul
>> > "Toward Diversity! FOSS4G Bigbang from Seoul!"
>> > http://2015.foss4g.org
>> > Twitter: @foss4g
>> > Facebook: FOSS4G2015
>> > email: foss4gchair at osgeo.org
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