locked Re: Community Code of Conduct
Mark, I would urge you to be very careful with this.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I would think you would want to distance yourself from this, as best as you could, for fear of alienating the group owners.
Being realistic, I am very well aware that there may be times when you might have to get involved if there is something going on in a group that demands something like police intervention, but I think the fewer rules and/or guidelines, the better.
For the person who complained to you that they were banned from a group, it seems to me that this decision should be entirely up to the group owner.
About the time you would have a guideline, or worse get involved in that, the group owner will decide he needs to have his group elsewhere.
I wonder, has there ever been, in all history, any person who was ever banned from any group who did not think he was treated unfairly or poorly?
Group owners and their groups are a wondrous diversity of viewpoints and philosophies. I only see imposed guidelines as imposing on that diversity.
On 4/29/2015 6:22 PM, Mark Fletcher wrote: