On 7/21/15 9:31 PM, Nick Coghlan wrote:
> On 22 July 2015 at 04:08, Brett Cannon <bre...@python.org> wrote:>> On Tue, Jul 21, 2015 at 11:05 AM Carol Willing>> <will...@willingconsulting.com> wrote:>>> The Communications Quick Start section would be brief and practical much>>> like the Quick Start section for downloading and testing the source>>> code. Placing the Communications Quick Start section before the existing>>> Quick Start section would emphasize the importance that productive>>> communications has on CPython development.>>>> Sounds great to me! Social norms are just as important to get to speed on as>> technical requirements when contributing to an open source community, so>> this seems like a worthy project.> +1 from me as well. The discussion of a more formal CoC on the> python-committers list also highlighted for me that our main current> problems don't appear to be with any ill-intent on anyone's part, but> rather with well-intentioned messages that nevertheless have the> effect of causing folks to feel unappreciated and resentful. A> practical quick start guide is likely to be more effective in> addressing that aspect than a more explicit CoC (although I still> think the latter would be a good idea in the long run).>> Regards,> Nick.>
I have created an issue<http://bugs.python.org/issue24682>
on the Quick Start: Communications section. Please feel free to add further suggestions there.
Thanks for the support. Terry, I like your suggested wording :)
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