I agree with misc.
It will be nice to elaborate on what "not interest" means here.
I know we can not cover all the possible scenarios but one liner to make a
policy won't help either.
Let's try to quote some possible situations and examples to depict such
On Sat, Jun 13, 2020 at 1:10 AM Michael Scherer <misc(a)zarb.org> wrote:
On Thu, Jun 11, 2020 at 06:29:08PM -0400, Ben Cotton wrote:
> In response to ticket #299, the Fedora Council is considering the
> following policy addition:
> The Fedora Council may choose to withdraw Fedora's support from events
> or other activities that involve fiscal sponsorship or use of Fedora
> trademarks when it determines that participation is not in the
> interests of the Fedora Project. Decisions to withdraw support will be
> published in venues normally used for Council decisions. Deliberation
> and reasoning for the decision should be public to the extent
> possible. The Council will engage with the committee/group/team that
> is involved with the event in question to ensure their input is
> Reasoning behind the wording can be found on the Community Blog:
> This is open for community comment for two weeks, after which the
> Council will vote on the proposal.
I think that's good that the council take active steps to reflect the
inclusion that make Fedora a place worth of investing time in.
I do think that fictional examples would make clearer the kind of issues
this is supposed to cover, since it might help people to dispell some
misunderstanding due to unspoken assumptions.
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