[openstack-dev] Question about OpenStack Code of Conduct

Mike Perez mike at openstack.org
Thu Apr 28 16:30:02 UTC 2016

On 17:54 Apr 21, Adrian Otto wrote:
> Below is an excerpt from:
> https://www.openstack.org/legal/community-code-of-conduct/
> <http://images.roplys.com/5nbF887H-FL09ee7Hm>"When we disagree, we consult
> others. Disagreements, both social and technical, happen all the time and the
> OpenStack community is no exception. It is important that we resolve
> disagreements and differing views constructively and with the help of the
> community and community processes. We have the Technical Board, the User
> Committee, and a series of other governance bodies which help to decide the
> right course for OpenStack. There are also Project Core Teams and Project
> Technical Leads, who may be able to help us figure out the best direction for
> OpenStack. When our goals differ dramatically, we encourage the creation of
> alternative implementations, so that the community can test new ideas and
> contribute to the discussion.”
> Does the “Technical Board” mentioned above mean “Technical Committee” or
> “Foundation board of directors”? It is not clear to me when consulting our
> list of governance bodies[1]. It’s mentioned along with the “User Committee”,
> so I think the text actually meant “Technical Committee”. Who can clarify
> this ambiguity?

It is the technical committee. An update to clarify this will be made shortly.

Mike Perez

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