Multiple Free Software Projects Appear To Be Violating Their Own Code Of Conduct Rules

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Several large free software projects, such as the Linux kernel, the freedesktop foundation, GNOME, KDE and the Tor Project, have adopted "Code Of Conduct" rules during the last 5 years. Most of the CoC rules forbid things like "bullying or harassment" and "deliberate intimidation". Many of the software projects who have adopted a "Code Of Conduct" are now constant violation it, and the people responsible for enforcing them tend to be the very people engaging in the violations. Rules for Thee, But Not for Me?

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written by 윤채경 (Yoon Chae-kyung)  2021-03-26 - last edited 2021-03-27. © CC BY