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Lots of issues pop up in the monastery and are generally sorted out by all of you in discussions. This makes for a lot of implicit rules and mores to govern behavior in the monastery.

These implicit rules however are stored through out node history and sometimes only in the minds of monks if the issue was discussed in the Chatterbox.

What I would like to see is all of you helping me to distinguish areas where behavior and a code of conduct needs to be established. Then you can all hash out what you think about the issues.

Once a group consensus on these issues exists we can author a single document which explicitly lists expectations of people when in the monastery. Then if the rules are broken we can point the violator to a single document which has been approved by the community as a whole.

Thoughts or opinions on the matter? That's exactly what the space below is for.

vroom | Tim Vroom | vroom@cs.hope.edu


In reply to Development of the Perl Monks Code of Conduct by vroom

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