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sexta-feira, 28 de setembro de 2018

Linux COC ( Código de conduta )

Eu nem ia falar sobre o COC, mas como não para de aparecer comentários toscos sobre e várias mensagens pedindo que eu fale, então irei falar, mas pouco.











CÓDIGO DE CONDUTA DA ALIANÇA DO CONTRIBUIDOR


Nosso compromisso


No interesse de promover um ambiente aberto e acolhedor, nós, como colaboradores e mantenedores, comprometemo-nos a tornar a participação em nosso projeto e em nossa comunidade uma experiência livre de assédio para todos, independentemente da idade, tamanho do corpo, deficiência, etnia, características sexuais e identidade de gênero. e expressão, nível de experiência, educação, status socioeconômico, nacionalidade, aparência pessoal, raça, religião ou identidade e orientação sexual.

Nossos padrões


Exemplos de comportamento que contribuem para criar um ambiente positivo incluem:



Usando linguagem acolhedora e inclusiva.

Ser respeitoso com pontos de vista e experiências diferentes.

Graciosamente aceitando críticas construtivas.

Concentrando-se no que é melhor para a comunidade.

Mostrando empatia em relação a outros membros da comunidade.


Exemplos de comportamento inaceitável pelos participantes incluem:



O uso de linguagem ou imagens sexualizadas e atenção sexual indesejada ou avanços.

Trolling, insultos / comentários depreciativos e ataques pessoais ou políticos.

Assédio público ou privado.

Publicar informações privadas de outras pessoas, como um endereço físico ou eletrônico, sem permissão explícita.

Outra conduta que poderia razoavelmente ser considerada inadequada em um ambiente profissional.

Nossas Responsabilidades


Os mantenedores do projeto são responsáveis ​​por esclarecer os padrões de comportamento aceitável e devem tomar medidas corretivas apropriadas e justas em resposta a quaisquer casos de comportamento inaceitável.

Os mantenedores do projeto têm o direito e a responsabilidade de remover, editar ou rejeitar comentários, commits, códigos, edições do wiki, questões e outras contribuições que não estejam alinhadas a este Código de Conduta, ou banir temporariamente ou permanentemente qualquer colaborador por outros comportamentos que julgam inapropriado, ameaçador, ofensivo ou prejudicial.

Escopo


Este Código de Conduta se aplica tanto nos espaços do projeto quanto nos espaços públicos quando um indivíduo está representando o projeto ou sua comunidade. Exemplos de representação de um projeto ou comunidade incluem o uso de um endereço de e-mail oficial do projeto, postagem por meio de uma conta oficial de mídia social ou a atuação como um representante nomeado em um evento on-line ou off-line. A representação de um projeto pode ser definida e esclarecida pelos mantenedores do projeto.

Aplicação


Instâncias de comportamento abusivo, ofensivo ou inaceitável podem ser relatadas entrando em contato com a equipe do projeto em [INSERIR ENDEREÇO ​​DE EMAIL]. Todas as reclamações serão analisadas e investigadas e resultarão em uma resposta considerada necessária e apropriada às circunstâncias. A equipe do projeto é obrigada a manter a confidencialidade em relação ao relator de um incidente. Mais detalhes sobre políticas específicas de execução podem ser postados separadamente.

Os mantenedores do projeto que não seguem ou aplicam o Código de Conduta de boa fé podem enfrentar punições temporárias ou permanentes, conforme determinado por outros membros da liderança do projeto.

Fonte


Opinião


Concordo inteiramente com as regras ( código de conduta ), a trollagem e desrespeito que está só pode levar o Linux pra onde o Linus deve ter ido, pros quinto dos infernos.

Para quem acha que o código de conduta é coisa de esquerdista, LGBT, politicamente correto ou o caralho que for, parem de ficar bancando os entendidos de porra nenhuma vomitando em redes sociais, afinal 99% dos que estão fazendo isso são tudo uns bostas que não contribuem para o Linux, é patético.


O mais triste é essa onda de imbecis no BR vomitando suas asneiras, tudo graças a um fake que postou em uma lista de discussão do Linux, o bom e velho "fake news" espalhado por sites sensacionalistas BR.


Sera que se os DEV do Linux continuarem se tratando como alguns estão, esse núcleo vai ter futuro ?

Sera que não são eles os culpados da falta de interesse dos desenvolvedores de software proprietário Windows, não desenvolverem para o Linux ?

Francamente que empresa séria vai se arriscar em um ambiente tão amador e infantil onde a molecagem é a lei ? Nenhuma.

Confiram abaixo o nível do Linus,  grande mentor  da total falta de respeito ao próximo, um ser totalmente desprezível.





1991-94
I'm doing a (free) operating system (just a hobby, won't be big and professional like gnu) for 386(486) AT clones.
Torvalds, Linus (1991-08-25). Post. news:comp.os.minix. Google Groups. Archived from the original on unknown. Retrieved on 2006-08-28. This was the launch of Linux.
Do you pine for the nice days of minix-1.1, when men were men and wrote their own device drivers?
[…]
I can (well, almost) hear you asking yourselves "why?". Hurd will be out in a year (or two, or next month, who knows), and I've already got minix.
Torvalds, Linus Benedict (5 October 1991), "Free minix-like kernel sources for 386-AT", news:comp.os.minix, Google Groups, Archived from the original on unknown, announcing Linux version 0.02. The Hurd 0.0 was released in August 1996 and as of 2015, is still not complete.
Your job is being a professor and researcher: That's one hell of a good excuse for some of the brain-damages of Minix.
Torvalds, Linus (1992-01-29). Post to comp.os.minix newsgroup. Retrieved on 2006-08-28. To Andrew Tanenbaum (author of Minix) during the Tanenbaum-Torvalds debate.
Portability is for people who cannot write new programs.
Torvalds, Linus (1992-01-29). Post to comp.os.minix newsgroup. Retrieved on 2006-08-28. According to Torvalds, this was "tongue in cheek" (Ibid.)
Well, with a subject like this, I'm afraid I'll have to reply. Apologies to minix-users who have heard enough about linux anyway. I'd like to be able to just "ignore the bait", but … time for some serious flamefesting!
Torvalds, Linus (1992-01-29). comp.os.minix: LINUX is obsolete. Retrieved on 2008-12-31.
Well, I probably won't get too good grades even without you: I had an argument (completely unrelated – not even pertaining to OS's) with the person here at the university that teaches OS design. I wonder when I'll learn :)
Torvalds, Linus (1992-01-31). comp.os.minix: LINUX is obsolete. Retrieved on 2008-12-31.
No. That's it. The cool name, that is. We worked very hard on creating a name that would appeal to the majority of people, and it certainly paid off: thousands of people are using linux just to be able to say "OS/2? Hah. I've got Linux. What a cool name". 386BSD made the mistake of putting a lot of numbers and weird abbreviations into the name, and is scaring away a lot of people just because it sounds too technical.
Torvalds, Linus (1993-03-16). Post. comp.unix.pc-clone.32bit. Google Groups. Retrieved on 2011-02-19.
1995-99
When you say, "I wrote a program that crashed Windows," people just stare at you blankly and say, "Hey, I got those with the system, for free."
Torvalds, Linus (1995-03-08). Post to comp.os.linux.development.apps newsgroup. Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
If you need more than 3 levels of indentation, you're screwed anyway, and should fix your program.
Linux 1.3.53 CodingStyle documentation (1995). Retrieved on 2011-08-13.
You know you're brilliant, but maybe you'd like to understand what you did 2 weeks from now.
Linux 1.3.53 CodingStyle documentation (1995). Retrieved on 2011-08-13.
An infinite number of monkeys typing into GNU emacs would never make a good program.
Linux 1.3.53 CodingStyle documentation (1995). Retrieved on 2011-08-13.
It's a bird … it's a plane … no, it's KernelMan, faster than a speeding bullet, to your rescue. Doing new kernel versions in under 5 seconds flat …
Torvalds, Linus (1995-11-14). Announcement for Linux 1.3.27. Retrieved on 2017-04-25.
The main reason there are no raw devices [in Linux] is that I personally think that raw devices are a stupid idea.
Torvalds, Linus (1996-10-17). Message. linux-kernel mailing list. IU. Retrieved on 2017-04-25.
Some people have told me they don't think a fat penguin really embodies the grace of Linux, which just tells me they have never seen an angry penguin charging at them in excess of 100 mph. They'd be a lot more careful about what they say if they had.
Torvalds, Linus (1996-06-09). Post. comp.os.linux.announce newsgroup. Google Groups. Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
Only wimps use tape backup: real men just upload their important stuff on ftp, and let the rest of the world mirror it ;)
Torvalds, Linus (1996-07-20). Message. linux-kernel mailing list. IU. Retrieved on 2014-04-26.
If you still don't like it, that's OK: that's why I'm boss. I simply know better than you do.
Torvalds, Linus (1996-07-22). Post to comp.os.linux.advocacy newsgroup. Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
…the Linux philosophy is "laugh in the face of danger". Oops. Wrong one. "Do it yourself". That's it.
Torvalds, Linus (1996-10-16). Post. linux.dev.kernel newsgroup. Google Groups. Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
See, you not only have to be a good coder to create a system like Linux, you have to be a sneaky bastard too ;-)
Torvalds, Linus (1996-07-05). Post. comp.os.linux.development.system newsgroup. Google Groups. Retrieved on 2016-05-25.
Making Linux GPL'd was definitely the best thing I ever did.
Yamagata, Hiroo (1997‐11‐11). The Pragmatist of Free Software: Linus Torvalds Interview. Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
(In answer to the question: In the extreme case, if it was just you doing all the code, and the rest of the world quietly used it, would it make sense to give it away free? Unless you're particularly grateful for other free things you've got off the Net, would the answer be No?":)
I don't necessarily think so. It might be true in certain niche areas, but almost any project will give a developer that "feel good" feeling when he has users and he feels he is doing something worthwhile. I really don't think you need all that much "quid pro quo" in programming - most of the good programmers do programming not because they expect to get paid or get adulation by the public, but because it is fun to program.
Rishab Aiyer Ghosh, interviewer (1998‐03-02). First Monday Interview with Linus Torvalds: What motivates free software developers?. Retrieved on 2013-06-02.
"Regression testing"? What's that? If it compiles, it is good; if it boots up, it is perfect.
Torvalds, Linus (1998-04-08). Message. linux-kernel mailing list. IU. Retrieved on 2017-04-25.
If Microsoft ever does applications for Linux it means I've won.
Needle, David (1998-10-01). Why Intel and Netscape bought into Linux. CNN.com. Retrieved on 2016-03-08.
I'd like to say that I knew this would happen, that it's all part of the plan for world domination.
DiBona, C (1999). "The Linux Edge". Open Sources: Voices from the Open Source Revolution. O'Reilly & Associates. ISBN 1-56592-582-3.
2000s
2000-04
Note that nobody reads every post in linux-kernel. In fact, nobody who expects to have time left over to actually do any real kernel work will read even half. Except Alan Cox, but he's actually not human, but about a thousand gnomes working in under-ground caves in Swansea. None of the individual gnomes read all the postings either, they just work together really well.
Torvalds, Linus (2000-05-02). Post. Linux kernel mailing list. Google Groups. Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
Talk is cheap. Show me the code.
Torvalds, Linus (2000-08-25). Message to linux-kernel mailing list. Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
I'm a bastard. I have absolutely no clue why people can ever think otherwise. Yet they do. People think I'm a nice guy, and the fact is that I'm a scheming, conniving bastard who doesn't care for any hurt feelings or lost hours of work, if it just results in what I consider to be a better system. And I'm not just saying that. I'm really not a very nice person. I can say "I don't care" with a straight face, and really mean it.
Torvalds, Linus (2000-09-06). Message to linux-kernel mailing list. Retrieved on 2007-05-28.
To kind of explain what Linux is, you have to explain what an operating system is. And the thing about an operating system is that you're never ever supposed to see it. Because nobody really uses an operating system; people use programs on their computer. And the only mission in life of an operating system is to help those programs run. So an operating system never does anything on its own; it's only waiting for the programs to ask for certain resources, or ask for a certain file on the disk, or ask to connect to the outside world. And then the operating system steps in and tries to make it easy for people to write programs.
Interview in Revolution OS, documentary, 2001.
In short: just say NO TO DRUGS, and maybe you won't end up like the Hurd people.
Torvalds, Linus (2001-10-04). Post to mlist.linux.kernel newsgroup. Retrieved on 2016-05-01.
Hey, that's not a bug, that's a feature! You know what the most complex piece of engineering known to man in the whole solar system is? Guess what – it's not Linux, it's not Solaris, and it's not your car. It's you. And me. And think about how you and me actually came about – not through any complex design. Right. "Sheer luck". Well, sheer luck, and:
• Free availability and crosspollination through sharing of "source code", although biologists call it DNA.
• A rather unforgiving user environment, that happily replaces bad versions of us with better working versions and thus culls the herd (biologists often call this "survival of the fittest").
• Massive undirected parallel development ("trial and error").
I'm deadly serious: we humans have never been able to replicate something more complicated than what we ourselves are, yet natural selection did it without even thinking. Don't underestimate the power of survival of the fittest. And don't ever make the mistake that you can design something better than what you get from ruthless massively parallel trial-and-error with a feedback cycle. That's giving your intelligence much too much credit. Quite frankly, Sun is doomed. And it has nothing to do with their engineering practices or their coding style.
Torvalds, Linus (2001-11-30). Coding style - a non-issue. Retrieved on 2010-03-25.
Yeah. And as Linus once said: most numerical problems today in pure CPU cycles are actually 3D games. … It's not "incorrect" to say that you want the result faster, even if that result doesn't match your theoretical models.
Torvalds, Linus (2001-07-30). Message to GCC mailing list. Retrieved on 2009-10-15.
Torvalds did not originate this quote. It is a reference from David Braben following the release of Elite, and is itself a rephrasing of a reference to relative worth of game coding.[citation needed]
Once you realize that documentation should be laughed at, peed upon, put on fire, and just ridiculed in general, THEN, and only then, have you reached the level where you can safely read it and try to use it to actually implement a driver.
Torvalds, Linus (2001-01-12). Re: ide.2.4.1-p3.01112001.patch. Retrieved on 2012-06-22.
Personally, I'm not interested in making device drivers look like user-level. They aren't, they shouldn't be, and microkernels are just stupid.
Torvalds, Linus (2002-05-25). Post. mlist.linux.kernel newsgroup. Google Groups. Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
I allege that SCO is full of it.
Galli, Peter (2003-06-23). "Linux Defended". eWeek. Retrieved on 2008-03-01.
Those that can, do. Those that can't, complain.
Torvalds, Linus (2003-09-23). Post the Linux Kernel Mailing List. Archived from the original on 2005-02-26. Retrieved on 2007-06-26.
Note: Torvalds did not originate this quote, and there are earlier records for it. This is a variation on "He who can, does. He who cannot, teaches," which is also attributed to George Bernard Shaw.
Really, I'm not out to destroy Microsoft. That will just be a completely unintentional side effect.
"The Way We Live Now: Questions for Linus Torvalds". New York Times. 2003-09-28.
Modern PCs are horrible. ACPI is a complete design disaster in every way. But we're kind of stuck with it. If any Intel people are listening to this and you had anything to do with ACPI, shoot yourself now, before you reproduce.
Linus & the Lunatics, Part II (2003-11-25). Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
They are smoking crack.
Galli, Peter (2003-08-20). "Torvalds Slams SCO". eWeek. Retrieved on 2008-03-01.
Notes: said about SCO.
There are literally several levels of SCO being wrong. And even if we were to live in that alternate universe where SCO would be right, they'd still be wrong.
Kerstetter, Jim (2004-02-02). "Linus Torvalds: SCO Is 'Just Too Wrong'". BusinessWeek Online. Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
The NIH syndrome (Not Invented Here) is a disease.
Shankland, Stephen (2004-12-21). "Newsmaker: Torvalds: A Solaris skeptic". CNet. Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
Anybody who tells me I can't use a program because it's not open source, go suck on rms. I'm not interested. 99% of that I run tends to be open source, but that's my choice, dammit.
Torvalds, Linus (2004-10-26). Message to linux-kernel mailing list. Retrieved on 2017-04-25.
Nobody should start to undertake a large project. You start with a small trivial project, and you should never expect it to get large. If you do, you'll just overdesign and generally think it is more important than it likely is at that stage. Or worse, you might be scared away by the sheer size of the work you envision. So start small, and think about the details. Don't think about some big picture and fancy design. If it doesn't solve some fairly immediate need, it's almost certainly over-designed. And don't expect people to jump in and help you. That's not how these things work. You need to get something half-way useful first, and then others will say "hey, that almost works for me", and they'll get involved in the project.
Linux Times (2004-10-25).
Just for Fun (2001)
Co-written with David Diamond.

My name is Linus Torvalds and I am your god.
As quoted in: Young, Robert; Goldman Rohm, Wendy (1999), Under the Radar: How Red Hat Changed the Software Business – and Took Microsoft by Surprise, p. 111
Jokingly introducing himself, at the 1998 Linux Expo in Durham, North Carolina
Oh fuck. If I kill this guy, I'll have millions of nerds on my case.
When Diamond took Torvalds body-boarding and saw him struggling with leg cramp in the whitewater.
My personal opinion of Mach is not very high. Frankly, it's a piece of crap. It contains all the design mistakes you can make, and even managed to make up a few of its own.
You see. I don't think any new thoughts. I think thoughts that other people have thought, and I rearrange them. But Sara, she thinks thoughts that never were before.
Torvalds to his mother, about his sister
Most days I wake up thinking I'm the luckiest bastard alive.
I'm personally convinced that computer science has a lot in common with physics. Both are about how the world works at a rather fundamental level. The difference, of course, is that while in physics you're supposed to figure out how the world is made up, in computer science you create the world. Within the confines of the computer, you're the creator. You get to ultimately control everything that happens. If you're good enough, you can be God. On a small scale.
2005
A lot of people still like Solaris, but I'm in active competition with them, and so I hope they die.
Rooney, Paula (2005-02-01). "Torvalds: Waiting To See Sun's Open Solaris". CRN. Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
2.6.: still a stable kernel, but accept bigger changes leading up to it (timeframe: a month or two).

2..x: aim for big changes that may destabilize the kernel for several releases (timeframe: a year or two)

.x.x: Linus went crazy, broke absolutely everything, and rewrote the kernel to be a microkernel using a special message-passing version of Visual Basic. (timeframe: "we expect that he will be released from the mental institution in a decade or two").

Torvalds, Linus (2005-03-02). Message to Linux kernel mailing list. Retrieved on 2006-12-11.
Which mindset is right? Mine, of course. People who disagree with me are by definition crazy. (Until I change my mind, when they can suddenly become upstanding citizens. I'm flexible, and not black-and-white.)
Barr, Joe (2005-06-13). "Linus compares Linux and BSDs". NewsForge. Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
Don't bother. Bram doesn't know what he's talking about.
Torvalds, Linus (2005-04-27). Linus vs. Bram Cohen. Retrieved on 2013-10-03.
It was such a relief to program in user mode for a change. Not having to care about the small stuff is wonderful.
Torvalds, Linus (2005-04-14). Message to Git mailing list. Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
I chose 1000 originally partly as a way to make sure that people that assumed HZ was 100 would get a swift kick in the pants.
Torvalds, Linus (2005-07-08). Message to linux-kernel mailing list. Retrieved on 2007-05-28.
I'm always right. This time I'm just even more right than usual.
Torvalds, Linus (2005-07-14). Message to linux-kernel mailing list. Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
The fact that ACPI was designed by a group of monkeys high on LSD, and is some of the worst designs in the industry obviously makes running it at any point pretty damn ugly.
Torvalds, Linus (2005-07-31). Message. linux-kernel mailing list. IU. Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
I personally just encourage people to switch to KDE.

This "users are idiots, and are confused by functionality" mentality of Gnome is a disease. If you think your users are idiots, only idiots will use it. I don't use Gnome, because in striving to be simple, it has long since reached the point where it simply doesn't do what I need it to do.

Please, just tell people to use KDE.

Torvalds, Linus (2005-12-12). Message to usability@gnome.org mailing list. Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
2006
For example, the GPLv2 in no way limits your use of the software. If you're a mad scientist, you can use GPLv2'd software for your evil plans to take over the world ("Sharks with lasers on their heads!!"), and the GPLv2 just says that you have to give source code back. And that's OK by me. I like sharks with lasers. I just want the mad scientists of the world to pay me back in kind. I made source code available to them, they have to make their changes to it available to me. After that, they can fry me with their shark-mounted lasers all they want.
Lyons, Daniel (2006-03-09). "Linux Licensing". Forbes. Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
I claim that Mach people (and apparently FreeBSD) are incompetent idiots.
LKML, April 21, 2006 [1]
I like colorized diffs, but let's face it, those particular color choices will make most people decide to pick out their eyes with a fondue fork.

And that's not good. Digging in your eye-sockets with a fondue fork is strictly considered to be bad for your health, and seven out of nine optometrists are dead set against the practice.

So in order to avoid a lot of blind git users, please apply this patch.

Torvalds, Linus (2006-06-22). Message to Git mailing list.
…git actually has a simple design, with stable and reasonably well-documented data structures. In fact, I'm a huge proponent of designing your code around the data, rather than the other way around, and I think it's one of the reasons git has been fairly successful […] I will, in fact, claim that the difference between a bad programmer and a good one is whether he considers his code or his data structures more important. Bad programmers worry about the code. Good programmers worry about data structures and their relationships.
Torvalds, Linus (2006-06-27). Message to Git mailing list. Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
EFI is this other Intel brain-damage (the first one being ACPI).
Torvalds, Linus (2006-07-24). Message to linux-kernel mailing list. Retrieved on 2007-05-28.
… even if the Hurd didn't depend on Linux code (and as far as I know, it does, but since I think they have their design heads firmly up their *sses anyway with that whole microkernel thing, I've never felt it was worth my time even looking at their code), I don't believe a religiously motivated development community can ever generate as good code except by pure chance.
LKML, September 27, 2006 [2]
I'm a huge believer in evolution (not in the sense that "it happened" – anybody who doesn't believe that is either uninformed or crazy, but in the sense "the processes of evolution are really fundamental, and should probably be at least thought about in pretty much any context").
LKML, September 28, 2006 [3]
Dijkstra probably hates me.
Comment in Linux kernel 1.1.42's kernel/sched.c file. Retrieved on 2006-08-28.
It's one of those rare "perfect" kernels. So if it doesn't happen to compile with your config (or it does compile, but then does unspeakable acts of perversion with your pet dachshund), you can rest easy knowing that it's all your own damn fault, and you should just fix your evil ways.
Torvalds, Linus (2006-11-29). Message to Linux kernel mailing list. Retrieved on 2006-12-11.
Gcc is crap.
Torvalds, Linus (2006-11-28). 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2 comentários:

  1. eu apoio o código de conduta!!! tem um pessoal contra..aquela turma paranoica em que tudo que é regra é coisa de ditador, bolivariano, comunista...os modinhas como diz o lobo!!! o mundo Linux não deve ser uma terra sem lei...ninguém que pede ajuda/informação de como instalar um programa ou qual SO linux escolher...ou qualquer outro assunto...vai gostar de ser tratado aos pontapés!!! tem um pessoal que não ajuda e ainda por cima humilha o cara!!! então imagina entre os desenvolvedores, sempre pode ter aquele que se acha, e quando contrariado, rebate atacando a jeito da pessoa ser ou pensar!!!

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  2. "Para quem acha que o código de conduta é coisa de esquerdista, LGBT, politicamente correto ou o caralho que for, parem de ficar bancando os entendidos de porra nenhuma vomitando em redes sociais, afinal 99% dos que estão fazendo isso são tudo uns bostas que não contribuem para o Linux, é patético."

    Não preciso acrescentar e nem tirar nada. É isso mesmo.

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