Ana Guerrero López
The Debian anti-harassment team has been setup as contact point for Debian event organizers willing to have an anti-harassment policy. It’s also a contact point for members of the Debian community that want to inform about violations of the Debian Code of Conduct or the DebConf Code of Conduct. Most of the issues that arrive our mailbox are about minor violations of the Debian Code of Conduct (unrespectful behavior or language, for example). In this BoF we’ll explain briefly how do we try to help to solve or de-escalate those issues, we’d like to receive feedback or suggestions about how to improve, and we’d like to open discussion about how the community as a whole can work towards a more welcoming and respectful environment in Debian.
The job of the publicity team is mainly to publish news items in several channels. We don’t receive any feedback about how our work is perceived. This BoF is your chance to talk back to us!
The last status report from the Publicity team was during DebConf15. Since then, we have revamped the team with a new delegation, started micronews.debian.org and had to deal with one of the most difficult news item ever.