The mail alias firstname.lastname@example.org has been setup as contact point for Debian event organizers willing to have an anti-harassment policy.
We will treat your request with dignity and confidentiality, investigate, and take or propose whatever actions appropriate.
- Martín Ferrari (IRC nick Tincho)
- Molly de Blanc (IRC nick mollydb)
(There are very loose plans for an official delegation, pending time commitments.)
Thanks to these persons for their previous dedication to this task:
- Laura Arjona Reina (IRC nick larjona)
Neil McGovern (IRC nick Maulkin)
- Margarita Manterola (IRC nick marga)
- Patty Langasek (IRC nick harmoney)
AmayaRodrigo (IRC nick amaya)
Interacting with the team
Email contact: email@example.com
This is a private email contact that's forwarded to the people in the anti-harassment team.
Reports of the team
"Bits from the Debian Anti-harassment team" 2018-11-04.
Note: this section is "work in progress". Some more links will be posted, maybe some deleted to keep the list simple, and hopefully, the content will be organized in topics.
"Non uploading DD process and a couple of tricks that saved my volunteer life" By Francesca Ciceri (Talk at Barcelona Mini DebConf 2014). Particularly, minutes 10:00 to 20:00 are "On Communication" video and slides
Consent - simple as tea (this is also mentioned as "No means no" in Enrico's semi-serious stand-up comedy at DebConf15, min 18:34 to 20:40)
On policies to prevent/deal with harassment:
Adopt a Language of Respect and Equality:
(Most of these readings are targeted at sexism, but just pretend you are reading about ethnic minorities, disabled people, whatever group under-represented in Debian, and voilà! It still works!)