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[MediaWiki-l] Code of conduct committee call for new members

Amir Sarabadani
Hello all,

It's coming close to time for annual appointments of community members to
serve on the Code of Conduct (CoC) committee. The Code of Conduct Committee
is a team of five trusted individuals plus five auxiliary members with
diverse affiliations responsible for general enforcement of the Code of
conduct for Wikimedia technical spaces. Committee members are in charge of
processing complaints, discussing with the parties affected, agreeing on
resolutions, and following up on their enforcement. For more on their
duties and roles, see
https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Code_of_Conduct/Committee

This is a call for community members interested in volunteering for
appointment to this committee. Volunteers serving in this role should be
experienced Wikimedians or have had experience serving in a similar
position before.



The current committee is doing the selection and will research and discuss
candidates. Six weeks before the beginning of the next Committee term,
meaning 27th of April 2019, they will publish their candidate slate (a list
of candidates) on-wiki. The community can provide feedback on these
candidates, via private email to the group choosing the next Committee. The
feedback period will be two weeks. The current Committee will then either
finalize the slate, or update the candidate slate in response to concerns
raised. If the candidate slate changes, there will be another two week
feedback period covering the newly proposed members. After the selections
are finalized, there will be a training period, after which the new
Committee is appointed. The current Committee continues to serve until the
feedback, selection, and training process is complete.

If you are interested in serving on this committee or like to nominate a
candidate, please write an email to *techconductcandidates** AT
wikimedia.org <http://wikimedia.org>* with details of your experience on
the projects, your thoughts on the code of conduct and the committee and
what you hope to bring to the role and whether you have a preference in
being auxiliary or constant member of the committee. The committee consists
of five members plus five auxiliary members and they will serve for a year;
all applications are appreciated and will be carefully considered. The
deadline for applications is end of day on 19th of April, 2020.

Please feel free to pass this invitation along to any users who you think
may be qualified and interested.


Best,

Amir on behalf of the CoC committee
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Re: [MediaWiki-l] Code of conduct committee call for new members

Amir Sarabadani
Hello,
Here's reminder that you have one day to send us your candidacy.

Serving at the committee would help the technical community foster a
hospital and welcoming environment for everyone. Join and help us!

Best

On Sat, Apr 4, 2020 at 5:09 PM Amir Sarabadani <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hello all,
>
> It's coming close to time for annual appointments of community members to
> serve on the Code of Conduct (CoC) committee. The Code of Conduct
> Committee is a team of five trusted individuals plus five auxiliary
> members with diverse affiliations responsible for general enforcement of
> the Code of conduct for Wikimedia technical spaces. Committee members are
> in charge of processing complaints, discussing with the parties affected,
> agreeing on resolutions, and following up on their enforcement. For more on
> their duties and roles, see
> https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Code_of_Conduct/Committee
>
> This is a call for community members interested in volunteering for
> appointment to this committee. Volunteers serving in this role should be
> experienced Wikimedians or have had experience serving in a similar
> position before.
>
>
>
> The current committee is doing the selection and will research and discuss
> candidates. Six weeks before the beginning of the next Committee term,
> meaning 27th of April 2019, they will publish their candidate slate (a
> list of candidates) on-wiki. The community can provide feedback on these
> candidates, via private email to the group choosing the next Committee. The
> feedback period will be two weeks. The current Committee will then either
> finalize the slate, or update the candidate slate in response to concerns
> raised. If the candidate slate changes, there will be another two week
> feedback period covering the newly proposed members. After the selections
> are finalized, there will be a training period, after which the new
> Committee is appointed. The current Committee continues to serve until the
> feedback, selection, and training process is complete.
>
> If you are interested in serving on this committee or like to nominate a
> candidate, please write an email to *techconductcandidates** AT
> wikimedia.org <http://wikimedia.org>* with details of your experience on
> the projects, your thoughts on the code of conduct and the committee and
> what you hope to bring to the role and whether you have a preference in
> being auxiliary or constant member of the committee. The committee
> consists of five members plus five auxiliary members and they will serve
> for a year; all applications are appreciated and will be carefully
> considered. The deadline for applications is end of day on 19th of April,
> 2020.
>
> Please feel free to pass this invitation along to any users who you think
> may be qualified and interested.
>
>
> Best,
>
> Amir on behalf of the CoC committee
>


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