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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  • This sort of discussion is a better fit for the Ubuntu Forums. – Jorge Castro Apr 17 '12 at 20:15
  • It wasn't a discussion. It was a question. The documentation says something about certain services depending on the code of conduct. I think my people.ubuntu.com SFTP is one of them. But do I need to upgrade the code of conduct? Will older services become unavailable? I thought it was a somewhat easy question. – Jo-Erlend Schinstad Apr 19 '12 at 4:28
  • Please edit your question with these examples so that's more clear and then we can reopen it! – Jorge Castro Apr 19 '12 at 17:31

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.

  • «All Ubuntu Members who have signed the Code of Conduct are granted SFTP access to a Web-accessible directory on people.ubuntu.com.» I have signed the old one. But what about the new one? – Jo-Erlend Schinstad Apr 19 '12 at 4:31
  • @Jo-ErlendSchinstad Because the new one isn't official yet, you don't have to worry until it is ready. At the point it is ready for signing, you have to decide. In short, you still have access to the SFTP people.u.c directory, because you signed and are a Ubuntu Member. – jrg Apr 19 '12 at 11:19

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