[OSGeo-Conf] Meeting to finalise OSGeo Code of Conduct / Diversity Statement
cameron.shorter at gmail.com
Mon May 11 14:08:19 PDT 2015
OSGeo Conference committee / Board,
Jachym, Dan Little, Eli,
Thanks for signing up to discuss the OSGeo Code of Conduct.
The best meeting slot for us all is in 23 hours:
Meet at irc://freenode.net#osgeo
Jachym, note, the proposed code of conduct has changed based on
feedback, since you probably read it before. It is now based on the
recent Debian/Apache Code of Conducts.
I'm disappointed that Jachym is the only board member to have responded.
I'm hoping that following tomorrow's meeting, and any actions that
result from it, that the Code of Conduct will be put into place by the
To help us help the board, I'm hoping to understand the opinions of each
board member before the discussion.
Please, could each board member vote on:
Proposal: The proposed OSGeo Code of Conduct  should be adapted by OSGeo.
On 10/05/2015 8:50 pm, Cameron Shorter wrote:
> Members of the OSGeo Board,
> I'm hoping to get feedback this week on the draft code-of-conduct .
> Could you please speak up with your thoughts, preferably on the osgeo
> conference email list.
>  http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/Diversity
On 11/05/2015 5:11 am, Jachym Cepicky wrote:
> I've registered to doodle
> I've read and actually commented the CoC proposal in the past
> ne 10. 5. 2015 v 17:07 odesílatel Eli Adam <eadam at co.lincoln.or.us
> <mailto:eadam at co.lincoln.or.us>> napsal:
> Hi Cameron and all,
> On May 10, 2015 3:44 AM, "Cameron Shorter"
> <cameron.shorter at gmail.com <mailto:cameron.shorter at gmail.com>> wrote:
> > Members of the conference committee,
> Or anyone participating (but yes especially conference committee
> > I haven't heard anything positive or negative about the proposed
> OSGeo Code of Conduct , and only a couple of people planning to
> attend the IRC meeting to discuss it.
> > I'm hoping that is because interested people have read it, think
> it is acceptable, and don't have anything else to add?
> Yes for me but always interested in hearing from others.
> > If you have read the Code of Conduct, and think it is suitable
> to be applied to future OSGeo projects and FOSS4G events then
> please speak up with your support or recommended suggestions for
> I think the we did a good job sorting through other comparable
> codes of conduct and finding where the best aspects came
> together. Cameron also did a lot to keep the conversation going
> and not getting too distracted with minor details. Cameron also
> did a lot to try and incorporate various disparate views which is
> not an easy task. Thanks for that.
> Best regards, Eli
> > Thanks in advance, Cameron
> > On 2/05/2015 9:03 am, Cameron Shorter wrote:
> >> All,
> >> There has been a lot of valuable discussion around the
> development of an OSGeo Code of Conduct / Diversity Statement
> earlier this year, mainly on the OSGeo Conference and OSGeo Board
> email lists.
> >> I've researched a number of prior Code of Conduct and Diversity
> Statements and combined with OSGeo participant comments to build a
> draft OSGeo Code of Conduct, along with references to prior
> material, comments, and a list of goals we want to achieve from
> such a document.
> >> I propose that we aim to finalise a 1.0 version of an OSGeo
> Code of Conduct/Diversity Statement and provide a recommendation
> for the next OSGeo board meeting on 21 May 2015.
> >> I've set up a Doodle Pole for an IRC meeting aimed at
> finalising this Code of Conduct 
> >> If you would like to contribute, please:
> >> 1. Read the draft code of conduct 
> >> 2. Provide comments either in the comments section on the wiki
>  or on the conference email list 
> >> 3. Register for  and then attend the IRC meeting 
> >>  http://doodle.com/k8bmu6e8kntht462
> >>  http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/Diversity
> >>  http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/Diversity#Community_Comments
> >>  http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/conference_dev
> >>  irc://freenode.net#osgeo <http://freenode.net#osgeo>
> >> Warm regards,
> > --
> > Cameron Shorter,
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