On 4/01/2016 12:38 AM, M.-A. Lemburg wrote:
On 03.01.2016 05:19, Guido van Rossum wrote:
This hardly seems like a real problem, so let's not worry more about it until someone actually needs help solving this.
For Andrew, it would have been a real problem, so IMO it's better to be prepared for it and let potential new contributors know that we can help resolve the issue.
My concern related to a potential situation rather than an existing situation, fortunately, and was partly based on incomplete information.
For my personal circumstances I've now concluded that if it had become necessary I think the separation requirements I need to comply with could be satisfied by:
activities even in the unlikely event I have to cover costs myself.
If the scenario eventuated I would still seek formal advice to validate this assessment. It is also fortunate that I've not compromised a free GitHub account by employment related use before reaching these conclusions.
Otherwise, people who potentially have a problem wouldn't even consider contributing via the new Github workflow, which can't really be in our interest.
Having clear information about handling conflict of interest situations, particularly between personal and employment related activities in the context of both the PSF's contribution requirements and GitHub's ToS requirements (especially in relation to free accounts), can only be a help in my view.
All the best, Andrew.