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= AntiHarrassment = = Community Team =
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''The mail alias antiharassment@d.o has been setup as contact point for Debian event organizers willing to have an anti-harassment policy'' The Debian Community Team is a group of volunteers working to help
make Debian a welcoming place for contributors to collaborate. We're
not working alone here - we expect all of Debian's contributors to be
part of that. But we're here to help as/when/if things are not working
so well.
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== Usual roles == We are the correct people to contact when members of the Debian
community want to inform somebody about violations of the
[[https://www.debian.org/code_of_conduct|Debian Code of Conduct]] or
the [[https://debconf.org/codeofconduct.shtml|DebConf Code of Conduct]].
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 * ''Patty Langasek" (IRC nick harmoney)''
 * ''AmayaRodrigo (IRC nick amaya)''
If you contact us, we promise that we will treat your request with
dignity and confidentiality, investigate, and take or propose whatever
actions are appropriate.

We also act as a point of contact for Debian event organisers who want
guidance when setting up a code of conduct or anti-harassment policy.

Our primary contact method is via the email alias '''community@debian.org'''

== Process ==

We've started documenting our processes in the wiki - see [[/Process]].

== Delegation ==

 * In April 2020 the Debian Project Leader officially delegated the Community Team. See the [[https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2020/04/msg00005.html|delegation email]] for the full text.
 * In August 2020 the DPL updated the delegation to add Molly and Sruthi to the list of delegates. See the [[https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2020/08/msg00000.html|delegation email]] for the full text.

== Name change ==

We ''used'' to be called the Anti-Harassment team, but we thought that
was not a good name to match up with what we hoped to achieve. We
'''do''' also still accept email sent to antiharassment@debian.org, in
case people find that address when searching for us.

== Current team members ==

|| '''Name''' ||''IRC nick''' || '''Pronouns''' || '''Delegated?''' ||
|| Steve !McIntyre ||Sledge || he/him || yes ||
|| Jean-Philippe Mengual ||texou || he/him || yes ||
|| Luke W. Faraone ||faraone || they/them || yes ||
|| Molly de Blanc ||mollydb || she/her || yes ||
|| Pierre-Eliott Bécue ||peb || he/him || yes ||
|| Andy Simpkins ||RattusRattus || he/him || yes ||
|| Sruthi Chandhan ||srud || she/her || yes ||

== Emeritus team members ==

Thanks to these persons for their previous dedication to this task:

 * Martina Ferrari (IRC nick Tina)
 * Laura Arjona Reina (IRC nick larjona)
 * Neil !McGovern (IRC nick Maulkin)
 * Margarita Manterola (IRC nick marga)
 * Patty Langasek (IRC nick harmoney)
 * Amaya Rodrigo (IRC nick amaya)
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 * '''Email contact''': ''<<antiharrassment AT debian DOT org>>''
 * '''Public IRC channel''': ''#debian-women'' on irc.debian.org (OFTC)
 * Email contact: community@debian.org
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== Further Reading == This is a private email contact that's forwarded to the people in the
community team.
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Useful links for reference reading:
 * [http://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/StandardsOfRespect Debian Events Standards of Respect]
If you desire more privacy, you can send encrypted
mail there, using the team's GPG key: [[https://www.debian.org/intro/community-team-pubkey.txt|817DAE61E2FE4CA28E1B7762A89C4D0527C4C869]]
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 * [http://geekfeminism.wikia.com/wiki/Conference_anti-harassment_policy Geekfeminism policy] == Reports from the team ==
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 * [http://geekfeminism.wikia.com/wiki/Anti-harassment_policy_resources Resources for organizers]  * [[https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2020/04/msg00015.html| "Bits from the Debian Community Team"]] 2020-04-28.
 * [[https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2020/01/msg00000.html| "Bits from the Debian Community Team"]] 2020-01-10.
 * [[https://debconf19.debconf.org/talks/71-anti-harassment-bof/| DebConf19 session: Anti-Harassment BoF (video embedded)]] 2019-07-22.
 * [[https://lists.debian.org/debian-project/2019/07/msg00148.html| "Sprint report from the AH/DAM/DPL Sprint, 22/23 June 2019"]] 2019-07-19.
 * [[https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2019/06/msg00002.html| "Bits from the Debian Anti-harassment team"]] 2019-06-06.
 * [[https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2018/12/msg00003.html| "Bits from the Debian Anti-harassment team"]] 2018-12-19.
 * [[https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2018/11/msg00002.html| "Bits from the Debian Anti-harassment team"]] 2018-11-04.
 * [[https://lists.debian.org/debian-project/2017/08/msg00082.html| "On the Anti Harassment Team" (Report with conclusions of the BoF, to debian-project mailing list)]]
 * [[https://debconf17.debconf.org/talks/98/| DebConf17 session: Anti-harassment BoF: how do we work, how you can help, how can we improve together (video embedded)]]
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 * [http://blog.urth.org/2011/01/creating-the-perfect-anti-harassment-policy.html discusses motivations of such policies]  * [[attachment:ah-bof-2017.pdf| Slides used in the DebConf17 session]]
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== List of publicly disclosed incidents ==  * [[attachment:ah-bof-2017.txt| Text script used in the DebConf17 session (transcription)]]
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 * [http://geekfeminism.wikia.com/wiki/Timeline_of_incidents | Timeline of incidents]  * [[https://gobby.debian.org/export/debconf17/bof/anti-harassment| Collaborative pad used in the DebConf17 session (discussion, brainstorming about the name of the team...)]]

== Further info ==

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.

 * [[http://meetings-archive.debian.net/pub/debian-meetings/2016/miniconf_cambridge16/Diversity_and_Inclusion_BoF.webm| Diversity and inclusion BoF, Mini DebConf Cambridge 2016]]

 * "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" [[http://meetings-archive.debian.net/pub/debian-meetings/2014/mini-debconf-barcelona/Non_uploading_DD_process_and_a_couple_of_tricks_that_saved_my_volunteer_life_by_Francesca_Ciceri.webm|video]] and [[http://meetings-archive.debian.net/pub/debian-meetings/2014/mini-debconf-barcelona/slides/Non_uploading_DD_process_and_a_couple_of_tricks_that_saved_my_volunteer_life_by_Francesca_Ciceri.pdf|slides]]

 * [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZwvrxVavnQ|Consent - simple as tea]] (this is also mentioned as "No means no" in [[https://meetings-archive.debian.net/pub/debian-meetings/2015/debconf15/Enricos_semi_serious_stand_up_comedy.webm|Enrico's semi-serious stand-up comedy at DebConf15]], min 18:34 to 20:40)

 * [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDd3bzA7450|How microaggressions are like mosquito bites (Fusion Video)]]

 * [[http://everydayfeminism.com/2015/01/guide-to-calling-in/|Calling In: A Quick Guide on When and How]]

 * [[https://iambecauseweare.files.wordpress.com/2007/02/survivor-support-booklet1.pdf|Supporting a survivor of sexual assault (PDF booklet)]]

 * [[http://everydayfeminism.com/2013/11/how-to-apologize/|How to apologize]]

On policies to prevent/deal with harassment:

 * [[http://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/StandardsOfRespect|Debian Events Standards of Respect]]
 * [[http://geekfeminism.wikia.com/wiki/Conference_anti-harassment_policy|Geekfeminism policy]]
 * [[http://geekfeminism.wikia.com/wiki/Anti-harassment_policy_resources |Resources for organizers]]
 * [[http://blog.urth.org/2011/01/creating-the-perfect-anti-harassment-policy.html |Motivations for such policies]]
## dead link * [[http://www.cahp.girl-wonder.org/|The Con Anti-Harassment Project]]
## dead link * [[http://www.cahp.girl-wonder.org/con-resources/|The Con Anti-Harassment Project Policy Tips]]
## dead link * [[http://backupproject.org/faq.html|The "Open Source Women Back Each Other Up Project"]]

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!)

 * [[http://blog.shrub.com/archives/tekanji/2006-03-08_146 |On privilege and what we can do about it]]
 * [[http://infotrope.net/blog/2009/07/25/standing-out-in-the-crowd-my-oscon-keynote/ |Standing out in the crowd]]
 * [[ http://geekfeminism.wikia.com/wiki/Splaining|Splaining]]
 * [[http://lafalafu.com/krc/privilege.html | The Male Programmer Privilege Checklist]]
 * [[http://www.derailingfordummies.com/ | Derailing for dummies]]
 * [[http://geekfeminism.wikia.com/wiki/Resources_for_men | Resources for allies]]



== External links ==

 * [[http://geekfeminism.wikia.com/wiki/Timeline_of_incidents | Timeline of publicly disclosed incidents]]

Community Team

Task description

The Debian Community Team is a group of volunteers working to help make Debian a welcoming place for contributors to collaborate. We're not working alone here - we expect all of Debian's contributors to be part of that. But we're here to help as/when/if things are not working so well.

We are the correct people to contact when members of the Debian community want to inform somebody about violations of the Debian Code of Conduct or the DebConf Code of Conduct.

If you contact us, we promise that we will treat your request with dignity and confidentiality, investigate, and take or propose whatever actions are appropriate.

We also act as a point of contact for Debian event organisers who want guidance when setting up a code of conduct or anti-harassment policy.

Our primary contact method is via the email alias community@debian.org

Process

We've started documenting our processes in the wiki - see /Process.

Delegation

  • In April 2020 the Debian Project Leader officially delegated the Community Team. See the delegation email for the full text.

  • In August 2020 the DPL updated the delegation to add Molly and Sruthi to the list of delegates. See the delegation email for the full text.

Name change

We used to be called the Anti-Harassment team, but we thought that was not a good name to match up with what we hoped to achieve. We do also still accept email sent to antiharassment@debian.org, in case people find that address when searching for us.

Current team members

Name

IRC nick

Pronouns

Delegated?

Steve McIntyre

Sledge

he/him

yes

Jean-Philippe Mengual

texou

he/him

yes

Luke W. Faraone

faraone

they/them

yes

Molly de Blanc

mollydb

she/her

yes

Pierre-Eliott Bécue

peb

he/him

yes

Andy Simpkins

RattusRattus

he/him

yes

Sruthi Chandhan

srud

she/her

yes

Emeritus team members

Thanks to these persons for their previous dedication to this task:

  • Martina Ferrari (IRC nick Tina)
  • Laura Arjona Reina (IRC nick larjona)
  • Neil McGovern (IRC nick Maulkin)

  • Margarita Manterola (IRC nick marga)
  • Patty Langasek (IRC nick harmoney)
  • Amaya Rodrigo (IRC nick amaya)

Interacting with the team

This is a private email contact that's forwarded to the people in the community team.

If you desire more privacy, you can send encrypted mail there, using the team's GPG key: 817DAE61E2FE4CA28E1B7762A89C4D0527C4C869

Reports from the team

Further info

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.

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!)


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