On Wed, Sep 03 2014, Michael Stone wrote:
> Watched the video. He was invited to come to engage the debian
> community, and his style is well known. Debian could choose in future
> not to invite him (or anyone who might not speak in a way that
> everyone in the community likes) but I think it would be Debian who
> would be more harmed by operating in an echo chamber.
The point I disagree here is that speakers are not to be heald
to the standards and policies imposed on the speakers. Some animals
ought not to be more equal than others.
> This is not the same thing as enforcing a CoC on the mailing lists,
I am not sure I agree with this statement.
> and frankly I'm not convinced this would have been a clear violation
> even there.
Having said that, I re-watched the talk , and I was not
personally offended. I think, however, if the debconf delegates
determine that the CoC for speakers was violated, they should take
appropriate actions regardless of the magnificence of the speaker.
If reporters don't know that truth is plural, they ought to be
lawyers. Tom Wicker
Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@xxxxxxxxxx> <http://www.debian.org/~srivasta/>
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