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authorRaster <raster@rasterman.com>2018-04-26 00:47:36 -0700
committerapache <apache@e5-web1.enlightenment.org>2018-04-26 00:47:36 -0700
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3{{page>incl:start-shortcuts}} 3{{page>incl:start-shortcuts}}
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5==== Developers ====
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7Please see the [[devs]] page for a list.
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5==== Community and Developer Behavior Guidelines ==== 9==== Community and Developer Behavior Guidelines ====
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7> //We are a community. Some are core developers who have been around for well over a decade, others are newer contributors, or are just users or fans, but regardless, it forms some kind of community. For this community to function we need to adhere to a set of guidelines to ensure it functions effectively and doesn't push new people away, or drive existing members away. This here is a set of rough guidelines for those with commit access (developers) and those without (general users or contributors) to follow to ensure things work well. It is not law, but know that if you stray too far from these guidelines, that there may be consequences such as deletion of accounts, removal from mailing lists, banning from IRC channels or loss of commit access, not to mention loss of respect.// 11> //We are a community. Some are core developers who have been around for well over a decade, others are newer contributors, or are just users or fans, but regardless, it forms some kind of community. For this community to function we need to adhere to a set of guidelines to ensure it functions effectively and doesn't push new people away, or drive existing members away. This here is a set of rough guidelines for those with commit access (developers) and those without (general users or contributors) to follow to ensure things work well. It is not law, but know that if you stray too far from these guidelines, that there may be consequences such as deletion of accounts, removal from mailing lists, banning from IRC channels or loss of commit access, not to mention loss of respect.//