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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2 0/3] code of conduct fixes
On 10/10/18 23:07, James Bottomley wrote:
> Resend to show accumulated tags and also to add a third patch listing
> the TAB as the reporting point as a few people seem to want. If it
> gets the same level of support, I'll send it in with the other two.
> ---
> Previous cover letter:
> We've had several threads discussing potential changes to the code of
> conduct but Mauro is the only person to have proposed an actual patch.
> In order to move the debate on, I'm presenting two patches, one to fix
> the email problem Mauro identified and the other to strip the
> enforcement section pending community discussion as Shuah suggested.
> I'll take responsibility for collecting any tags people want to add
> (review/ack/sign off, etc) and sending the patch in as a signed pull
> request before 4.19 final if they get enough community support.
> Note, I've sent both patches in as a series to facilitate review and
> discussion, but they are separable if one is looked on with less favour
> than the other.
> It was also a bit unclear which list to send this to, but I finally
> settled on linux-kernel as the catch all and ksummit-discuss since
> that's where most of the current discussion is. I can add other lists
> as people suggest them.
> James
> ---
> James Bottomley (3):
> code-of-conduct: Fix the ambiguity about collecting email addresses
> code-of-conduct: Strip the enforcement paragraph pending community
> discussion
> code-of-conduct: Add back the TAB as the central reporting point
> Documentation/process/code-of-conduct.rst | 13 ++++---------
> 1 file changed, 4 insertions(+), 9 deletions(-)

For the three patches (preferably with Alan's "except where required by

Acked-by: Tomi Valkeinen <>

Although I think reverting 8a104f8b5867c682 is the best option.


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