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Coraline Ada Ehmke
Some people are saying that the Contributor Covenant is a political document, and they’re right.
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Danny Colin Sep 16
Replying to @CoralineAda
Some people should learn that all human interactions are political ;)
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Coraline Ada Ehmke Sep 16
Replying to @BryanLunduke
Fighting the status quo in open source is political, just like defending the status quo is.
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Coraline Ada Ehmke Sep 16
Replying to @BryanLunduke
Sounds like you should interview me.
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Buster "Silver Eagle" Neece Sep 16
Replying to @CoralineAda
Hey Coraline! Thank you for retweeting my small project's adoption of the Contributor Covenant. I was worried initially about the reception it would receive (since, as you mention here, it is something of a political statement), but the response has been uniformly positive.
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Coraline Ada Ehmke Sep 16
Replying to @SlvrEagle23
Glad to hear it. 🖤
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Buster "Silver Eagle" Neece Sep 16
Replying to @CoralineAda
I spoke with a number of developers from underrepresented groups, and almost all of them said they shy away from contributing to projects *without* a code of conduct these days. The FOSS community's reputation precedes itself, and not in a good way. These folks deserve better.
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David Stevenson Sep 17
Replying to @CoralineAda
It has no place in open source. You're destroying communities by bullying thrn into focusing on pronouns instead of bugs. It's disgusting. It's horrendous. It's an absolute cancer.
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bsandro Sep 17
Replying to @CoralineAda
Can we get fags like you out of gnu/linux kernel development please? thanks. you just disrupt things, not making anything better.
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Sep 17
Replying to @CoralineAda
Some people saying you’re male, and they’re right.
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Adam Morgan Sep 17
So I guess that's not happening Br*an?
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OPEN LANGUAGE Sep 17
Can we get prejudice like that out of the world (specially gnu/linux kernel development) please? thanks. Texts like that just disrupt things, not making anything (or anyone) better.
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Paracelso Sep 17
Replying to @CoralineAda
You can tell we've basically hit peak of technology when developers can spend time self-destructing by chasing away the actually good developers. Case in point: Google.
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twittorious Sep 17
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Apocalymon ☭ Sep 17
Replying to @CoralineAda
also it's a reactionary one rooted in managerial liberalism, i.e. the ideology of most of the present day American ruling class, at the expense of free software's radical roots.
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rebelpig glumhippo Sep 17
Replying to @CoralineAda
It should be! Things that claim to be apolitical are political in that they silently perpetuate the status quo.
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Jose Durá Sep 17
Mathematical proofs are apolitical. Nature is apolitical. The bubble sort algorithm is apolitical. Are they also political in that they silently perpetuate the status quo?
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CPT who? Sep 17
What they said applies to you too
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Tom Arrow Sep 17
Careful, she may just accuse you of sexual harassment for accepting her idea of interviewing her.
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