1. 21 Aug, 2021 2 commits
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  6. 17 Jul, 2021 1 commit
    • nl6720's avatar
      Update URLs · b0f1ccc6
      nl6720 authored
      * Use HTTPS where possible.
      * Use ArchWiki's prettier short URLs (/title/ instead of /index.php/).
  7. 15 Jul, 2021 5 commits
    • Jonas Witschel's avatar
      Add a *draft* of a more fleshed out "Enforcement" section · 47af7379
      Jonas Witschel authored
      The current enforcement procedure is not very specific and as a result it can
      be hard to enforce: it is unclear who can be contacted if behaviour running
      afoul of the Code of Conduct is witnessed, who makes the final decision on the
      actions taken, how these decisions are communicated, ... The current procedure
      is also geared quite specifically towards users, it is not clear what happens
      if staff members are directly involved.
      Try to clarify the open questions by outlining a standard procedure that should
      be followed, while trying to keep the spirit of the current enforcement
      procedure (issue a warning first by default, if it goes unheeded, further
      actions can be taken).
    • Jonas Witschel's avatar
      Remove most of the "Freedom" section and include relevant part in preamble · 47d8a677
      Jonas Witschel authored
      The "Freedom" section is very verbose and its purpose for the Code of Conduct
      is not entirely clear. The most relevant part seems to be the last few
      sentences (basically "these rules are necessary limitations to create a
      functioning community"). Extract these and move them to the preamble, remove
      the rest of the section.
    • Jonas Witschel's avatar
      Move "Correctness" under "Examples"; promote "Arch support only" to separate section · c99c60dc
      Jonas Witschel authored
      The remaining introduction of the "Correctness" section can be moved under
      "Examples of unwanted behaviour" under the umbrella term "overly broad
      questions". Add a link for "help vampirism" from the now removed Forum
      guidelines to this subsection to make it a little clearer what kind of
      questions are unwanted.
      The remaining "Arch Linux distribution support ONLY" subsection doesn't really
      fit into the rest of the Code of Conduct, so promote it to a separate section
      to make it more visible.
    • Jonas Witschel's avatar
      Move "Legality" and most parts of "Correctness" to "Examples of unwanted behaviour" · 433cef1b
      Jonas Witschel authored
      The distinction of "Legality" and "Correctness" seems a bit arbitrary, most of
      these are just examples of unwanted behaviour following from the overarching
      guidelines outlined under "Respect".
    • David Runge's avatar
      CoC: Fix wiki link in "About this document" · b80aaab4
      David Runge authored
      Fix the wiki link to the historic version of the Code of Conduct in the
      "About this document" section.
      The location changed due to hosting the "General guidelines" (i.e.
      technical guidelines) on the Arch wiki again.
  8. 14 Jul, 2021 2 commits
    • David Runge's avatar
      CoC: Move link to general guidelines to further reading section · ddbf9da4
      David Runge authored
      Replace the in-document links for the specific fora guidelines with a
      link to the "General guidelines" wiki article
      (https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/General_guidelines) and move it to a
      "Further reading" section.
      Point out that guidelines for the specific communication channels are
      not part of the Terms of Service.
      Add a notice to the "Further reading" section that users are expected to
      review the respective communication channel guidelines before each use
      of any of the communication channels.
      Add note to the "Further reading" section, that changes to links in that
      section and the guidelines themselves may change outside of the 30 days
      notice period of changes to the Code of Conduct itself.
    • David Runge's avatar
      Remove specific fora guidelines from CoC · 8c9ce3e5
      David Runge authored
      Remove the specific fora guidelines from the Code of Conduct, as they
      are technical guidelines, which will be maintained outside of the Terms
      of Service on the Arch Wiki
  9. 12 Jul, 2021 1 commit
    • David Runge's avatar
      Add editorconfig · dbcf43b0
      David Runge authored
      Add editorconfig file to ensure the same formatting among all markdown
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