Vielen Dank, Gruss Roman
To behave as it is written in the example should be the target. –
But a guideline (as written in the example) is NOT suitable for a rule (law) which could be enforced, because they are to general, and not objective judgeable. – A “enforcement board” would have the power to punish/exclude people who are not in-line with their targets (maybe you would consider my writing as “not collaborative”, “stereotype”, “violent against the original writer” or “ Deliberately spreading FUD” ?)
The risk of discrimination and censorship is much greater as the use of such a “soft-defined”, but “hard-enforced” CoC.
I think there are three possible ways:
- No CoC, because there is no need
- Write it so soft-defined, and limit the punishment to a feedback to the person.
- Write it clear (example no swear-words in posts) and include rights (move to a higher authority) for the accused person to reduce the risk of censorship or politically based punishment.
Danke für den Update, Gruss Roman