On Sun, 16 Oct 2016 at 09:39 Mark Lawrence via Python-ideas <
python-ideas@python.org> wrote:

> On 16/10/2016 16:41, Mariatta Wijaya wrote:
> >>Her reaction was hilarious:
> >>
> >>"Whom does he teach? Children?"
> >
> > I sense mockery in your email, and it does not conform to the PSF code
> > of conduct. Please read the CoC before posting in this mailing list. The
> > link is available at the bottom of every python mailing list
> > email.https://www.python.org/psf/codeofconduct/
> > <https://www.python.org/psf/codeofconduct/>
> > I don't find teaching children is a laughing matter, neither is the idea
> > of children learning to code.
> > In Canada, we have initiatives like Girls Learning Code and Kids
> > Learning Code. I mentored in a couple of those events and the students
> > are girls aged 8-14. They surprised me with their abilities to learn. I
> > would suggest looking for such mentoring opportunities in your area to
> > gain appreciation with this regard.
> > Thanks.
> > (Sorry to derail everyone from the topic of list comprehension. Please
> > continue!)
> >
> The RUE was allowed to insult the community for years and got away with
> it.

What is the "RUE"?

>   I'm autistic, stepped across the line, and got hammered.  Hypocrisy
> at its best.

While some of us know your background, Mark, not everyone on this list does
as people join at different times, so please try to give the benefit of the
doubt to people. Marietta obviously takes how children are reflected
personally and was trying to point out that fact. I don't think she meant
for the CoC reference to come off as threatening, just to back up why she
was taking the time out to speak up that she was upset by what was said.
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