I signed the Ubuntu Code of Conduct a good while back. I don't remember exactly when, and Launchpad doesn't tell me which version it is I've signed. Now there is a new version in the works. Should I sign the new one? Does it have any practical consequences either way?
closed as not a real question by Jorge Castro, jrg♦ Apr 17 '12 at 20:17
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Do note that I'm adding this as a half-answer, because I can't fit this into a comment as a close reason. >.<
As of right now, it is not, repeat not finalized.
Even then, any answer that this question might receive would be the following:
Sign on your conscience.
Basically, what that boils down to is this:
Read it yourself. Figure out if you agree with it. If you do, sign it. Otherwise, don't.
That's all I have to say.