On Sun, May 12, 2019 at 03:16, Miroslav Lachman <000.f...@quip.cz> wrote:
FreeBSD Core Team Secretary wrote on 2019/05/10 03:24:
The FreeBSD Core Team is aware of recent controversial statements made
on social media by a FreeBSD developer.  We, along with the Code of
Conduct review committee, are investigating the matter and will decide
what action to take.  Both the Core Team and the FreeBSD Foundation
would like to make it clear that views shared by individuals represent
neither the Project nor the Foundation.

This is incredibly stupid and I am really sad to read things like this in the mailinglist of my favourite operating system (again). What will be next? Checking if developers do not smoke weed, drink alcohol or have sex without condom?


Speaking freely does not mean you are entitled to having your speech published by any forum or mailing list. Having rules and enforcing them is good, every project has the right to enforce their rules in their spaces.

The only problem here is that the "report" was posted by a known troll, so hopefully the outcome of the investigation is

a) nothing, and

b) mail from known anonymous email domains no longer gets accepted into mailing lists.

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