[Chennaipy] Diversity in Chennaipy
Karthikeyan A K
karthikeyan at openmailbox.org
Mon Jun 8 13:36:45 CEST 2015
Well, then if normal coders are presumed unsafe for women, then why not
we have chennai_py_woman group where they can feel safe.
I strongly believe men and women are equal and both must get the same
treatment without any partiality. A tech group I feel must have
technically sound people. He or she may be a saint or a bandit AFK,
that should not concern us. Neither does one's language and tone must
Putting rules might be appropriate if you have a group of MBA's
Any way I haven't read the entire thread as I am a new joiner.
On Mon, Jun 8, 2015 at 4:46 PM, Shrayas rajagopal <shrayasr at gmail.com>
> On Thu, Jun 4, 2015 at 9:27 PM, Vijay Kumar <vijaykumar at bravegnu.org>
>> Hi Shrayas, before we absorb the Code of Conduct, I would
>> like to ensure that the implementation details are worked
>> For example, I would like to make sure that we have a process
>> in place to ensure that somebody who has been banned is not
>> allowed to attend the meetup.
>> For the Code of Conduct to be effective a process that
>> enforces it is required.
> Agree. Should we have this as a discussion during the meetup itself
> then? What is your plan on going about with this?
> On Mon, Jun 8, 2015 at 1:29 PM, Karthikeyan A K
> <karthikeyan at openmailbox.org> wrote:
>> Who was banned and for what? Aren't tech groups supposed to be free
> Karthikeyan, have you read the entire thread? The discussion is on
> making Chennaipy more safe for women and a code of conduct could be
> one step towards that. Having a code of conduct means we need a way to
> enforce that. Vijay was talking about how we could bring such a
> process out.
> Hope it clears the point.
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