Repeal The Linux Foundation's Code of Conduct

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Rodrigo Herhaus de Campos
Jul 17, 2020
For the freedom of speech.

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Matthew Mitchell
2 years ago
I think there are better ways to deal with disputes

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John Smith
2 years ago
This oppressive control has to be rejected.

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Gabriel Moran
2 years ago
The kernel needs to be kept alive and intact to allow the kernel to remain fully functional with all current features which could be repealed by their devs if any of them decide that they’ve had enough of CoC. Also the internet is built on the back of Linux and meritocracy, not forced diversity.

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Никита Котелкин
2 years ago
Sjw is a cancer

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Gianluca Piatta
2 years ago
Come on Linus come to Poland ...

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Lajos Bencz
2 years ago
Software development is objective and talent driven.
There is no place for differentiation between contributors other than their software engineering ability.
Rude and foul-mouthed people can write awesome code too.
I'd even risk that their unhinged personality is what makes them excel.

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Pam Crook
2 years ago
Controlled diversity is not diversity.

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Elias Van Ootegem
2 years ago
The Linux kernel is too important to be jeopardised by identity politics. A change to the code of conflict further stressing the need to keep things civil/professional is fine. The CoC that was adopted is a political manifesto more than a neutral CoC. Repeal or supersede with a non-politically motivated one, please.

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Xavier Felix
2 years ago
I stand with Linus Torvald