On Wed, Dec 9, 2009 at 6:49 PM, Richard Stallman <r...@gnu.org> wrote: > > I don't believe Frederic was pointing at Miguel. There are people who > > have left the Gnome community working on products that don't use any > > Gnome technology posting blog post/ads for said product on PGO. > > I wonder whether these products are free software. > If not, they certainly shouldn't promote them on Planet GNOME.
I think we are mashing together a bunch of issues. So, in effect, are we looking for:  a way to measure what could be appropriate content for Planet GNOME  a way to prevent non-free or equivalent software being "marketed" via the Planet  a way to handle the consequences if there is either inappropriate content  a way to handle the consequences if there is a pitch for software that is orthogonal to GNOME values I can certainly agree to the need to have a Code of Conduct, communities have one, either implicit or, explicit. But, unless there is a clearly delineated process to handle the exceptions, a Code of Conduct is just a document. -- sankarshan mukhopadhyay <http://sankarshan.randomink.org/blog> _______________________________________________ foundation-list mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/foundation-list