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commit 66ba9c9eb7f6e1768dcc62e3628588acb09eb521
Author: Raster <ras...@rasterman.com>
Date:   Fri Jun 19 04:31:38 2015 -0700

    Wiki page contact changed with summary [] by Raster
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@@ -63,6 +63,35 @@ The Users List is where regular user discussions will happen.
 [[http://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/enlightenment-intl|The Intl 
List]]
 is for posting changes to internationalization like updated PO files.
 
+----
+
+==== Community and Developer Behavior Guidelines ====
+
+> //We are a community. Some are core developers who have been around for well 
over a decade, others are newer contributors, or are just users or fans, but 
regardless, it forms some kind of community. For this community to function we 
need to adhere to a set of guidelines to ensure it functions effectively and 
doesn't push people away, or drive existing members away. This here is a set of 
rough guidelines for those with commit access (developers) and those without 
(general users or contr [...]
+
+== General ==
+
+We are a group of people with a sense of humor. We like to remain relaxed, 
swap jokes (of varying levels of taste), and otherwise encourage, cajole or 
simply banter at times. This community would not be what it is without this, so 
keep in mind that when interpreting what people say, it may be meant as humor 
or as a lighthearted poke. Look for an interpretation that is positive, rather 
than negative. If this simply is not possible, then someone has strayed from 
these guidelines.
+
+Not everyone speaks English natively, but it is the primary language used 
here. Some people may not express themselves well. Have patience with that. Put 
yourself in their shoes.
+
+== Everyone ==
+
+  * Have patience with developers. They are often very busy and sometimes very 
stressed.
+  * Please treat everyone with kindness and respect. Never try and hurt, 
demean, insult or abuse them.
+  * Never be rude or take any disagreement to a personal level. Agree to 
disagree if that is what is needed.
+
+== Developers ==
+
+  * Stick to [[https://phab.enlightenment.org/w/ecoding|coding conventions]] 
when working on code in EFL or related repositories we host.
+  * Stick to [[https://phab.enlightenment.org/w/commit_check_point|commit 
guidelines]] with your commit shortlog, log contents and other metadata.
+  * Be available on our IRC channels as often as possible for discussion, as 
well as be subscribed to and read/reply our Development, Users and GIt Commits 
mailing lists
+  * Get a [[https://phab.enlightenment.org|Phabricator account]] so you can 
report, triage etc. bugs, review patches etc.
+  * Take responsibility for your code. Don't just "dump and run".
+  * Be friendly, welcoming, patient and helpful to newcomers (especially, in 
addition to the above "Everyone" rules)
+
+----
+
 ==== Bugs ====
 
 We use [[https://phab.enlightenment.org|Phabricator]] for our bug
@@ -93,30 +122,3 @@ wiki here is newer, replacing static web pages.
 On [[https://phab.enlightenment.org|Phabricator]] the 
[[https://phab.enlightenment.org/differential|Differential]] tool is used for 
patch submission and review. You will need an account to submit patches. You 
will also need to use the [[contact:arcanist|Arcanist]] tool to do this. Please 
see the [[contact:arcanist|Arcanist documentation]] as to how to do this.
 
 While the above is the preferred method, you can also send patches using 
Phabricator directly. If you are unable to use Phabricator for whatever reason, 
please resort to sending a patch to the mailing list, or contacting the 
developers on IRC.
-
-----
-
-==== Community and Developer Behavior Guidelines ====
-
-> //We are a community. Some are core developers who have been around for well 
over a decade, others are newer contributors, or are just users of fans, but 
regardless, it forms some kind of community. For this community to function we 
need to adhere to a set of guidelines to ensure it functions effectively and 
doesn't push people away, or drive existing members away. This here is a set of 
rough guidelines for those with commit access (developers) and those without 
(general users or contr [...]
-
-== General ==
-
-We are a group of people with a sense of humor. We like to remain relaxed, 
swap jokes (of varying levels of taste), and otherwise encourage, cajole or 
simply banter at times. This community would not be what it is without this, so 
keep in mind that when interpreting what people say, it may be meant as humor 
or as a lighthearted poke. Look for an interpretation that is positive, rather 
than negative. If this simply is not possible, then someone has strayed from 
these guidelines.
-
-Not everyone speaks English natively, but it is the primary language used 
here. Some people may not express themselves well. Have patience with that. Put 
yourself in their shoes.
-
-== Everyone ==
-
-  * Have patience with developers. They are often very busy and sometimes very 
stressed.
-  * Please treat everyone with kindness and respect. Never try and hurt, 
demean, insult or abuse them.
-  * Never be rude or take any disagreement to a personal level. Agree to 
disagree if that is what is needed.
-
-== Developers ==
-
-  * Stick to [[https://phab.enlightenment.org/w/ecoding|coding conventions]] 
when working on code in EFL or related repositories we host.
-  * Stick to [[https://phab.enlightenment.org/w/commit_check_point|commit 
guidelines]] with your commit shortlog, log contents and other metadata.
-  * Be available on our IRC channels as often as possible for discussion, as 
well as be subscribed to and read/reply our Development, Users and GIt Commits 
mailing lists
-  * Get a [[https://phab.enlightenment.org|Phabricator account]] so you can 
report, triage etc. bugs, review patches etc.
-  * Take responsibility for your code. Don't just "dump and run".
-  * Be friendly, welcoming, patient and helpful to newcomers (especially, in 
addition to the above "Everyone" rules)
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