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Old 05-24-2010, 04:30 PM   #1
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LXer: This week at LWN: Of hall monitors and slippery slopes


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Since its inception in July of 2009, the Fedora Hall Monitor policy has had mixed reviews. The intent of the policy is to promote more civil discourse on various Fedora mailing lists—to embody the "be excellent to each other" motto that is supposed to govern project members' behavior. Questions were raised about the recent "hall monitoring" of a thread on fedora-devel, because, instead of the usual reasons for stopping a thread—personal attacks, profanity, threats of violence, and the like—it was stopped, essentially, for going on too long.

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