[aur-general] Should TUs tolarate inapropiate behavior in the AUR?
connor.behan at gmail.com
Sun Feb 14 02:53:12 UTC 2016
On 13/02/16 04:12 PM, P. A. López-Valencia wrote:
> El 13/02/2016 a las 3:12 p. m., Connor Behan escribió:
>>> WE, Dave Blair and I, BOTH SAID THE HARASSMENT WAS DONE *PRIVATELY*, yet
>>> you are asking for public proof? Your sharpness is.... Sheesh!
>> He didn't say that it would be easy for you to establish public proof
>> (that would indeed warrant a "sheesh"). He said that no matter how hard
>> it is to prove harassment, the onus for doing so is on the victim. Which
>> it should be. I'm sure all people in this discussion agree that the
>> bullying you describe is completely unacceptable, but we simply cannot
>> be banning users based on scenarios that are simply one person's word
>> against another's.
> What you say is true Connor and your comment is *very constructive*. I
> simply deleted the emails at the time , because I do not like gloating
> on bad blood therefore I can't provide that evidence anymore; but be
> assured it built up for at least 6 months before I finally threw the
> towel in disgust. I had to play whack-a-mole with the guy blocking
> accounts from where he would send me personal insults and attacks.
> As long as we have your attention. Can you bring the matter in the
> private lists? There is a real need for some sort of reporting channel
> that is not a project in Flyspray but more private. And as Ralf Mardorf
> already said, a CoC is not needed. I frankly believe a CoC would be
> completely counterproductive.
I asked about this in #archlinux-tu and the one reply so far said it
would be best to start things off with a request to aur-general which
doesn't name names. The first TU to see it could then follow up off-list
and learn the details. If that's uncomfortable for some, maybe just pick
an email from the TU list  to contact. Of the "active" TUs, some are
more active than others and a look through the mailing list archives can
help narrow it down.
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