On Fri, Sep 05, 2014 at 09:49:46AM +0100, MJ Ray wrote:
Tollef Fog Heen wrote:
That was not what I wrote. I wrote that it's pretty common to not
communicate the outcome to the complainant.
As for showing that it's pretty common: no, I'm not going to bother with
the effort of finding statistically relevant numbers. I have much
better ways to spend my time.
And once more, working on the social aspects of the project is insulted
as inferior to unspecified other tasks. Disappointing.
Sorry for slightly misphrasing it last time, but I humbly suggest that
even the precise claim was false, should not have been made and that
it's clear that the handlers should communicate the outcome to the
complainant as a matter of course.
I agree with the point that it's entirely common for someone to get
something like "we've addressed the complaint but won't comment further
on internal disciplinary actions" or somesuch. I also agree that it's
not worth someone spending a lot of time trying to do some sort of
research what percentage of organizations give that sort of response vs
a detailed response of actions taken. If you think it's so clear and
without question, then it should be no problem to provide the detailed
statistics, no? And yes, working on social stuff is not the priority for
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