The Linux kernel replaces "Code of Conflict" with "Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct"

For anyone who has any kind of remote interest in FOSS, this should be horrifying to you, because this “Code of Conduct” has been made to control the speech, attitude, and basically EVERYTHING related to the people working on the code. 

This is the kind of stuff that would get you banned for “misgendering” someone, or be even slightly “offensive” (yes, even a joke would get you canned), it’s no surprise that Linus stepped away at the same time as this was pushed in, because his attitude is the kind of attitude that, despite being completely harmless, is to be fully censored and anyone using it is to be ousted because they’re “harmful to the community”. 

Just take a look at this excerpt, for example:

“Maintainers have the right and responsibility to remove, edit, or reject comments, commits, code, wiki edits, issues, and other contributions that are not aligned to this Code of Conduct, or to ban temporarily or permanently any contributor for other behaviors that they deem inappropriate, threatening, offensive, or harmful.

To sum it up, this CoC is nothing but something made so SJWs can control FOSS, and with it infesting Linux, we can only see a complete downgrade on the quality of Linux, because all it takes is for people with actual talent to “offend” some special snowflake, and suddenly get banned from the project, and be replaced by people who fill some “diversity and inclusivity” quota who can’t code to save their lives.

Additionally, if you want just a bit of a glance as to why this CoC is so horrible, just take a look at the subject who created it. If that’s not enough for you, here’s a full meltdown they went through just a month ago.Finally, here’s a full deconstruction of the CoC.

This also comes at a horrible time for Linux. It was about to make huge progress in one of the biggest departments in the PC market: Gaming, and this is only going to set Linux BACK as SJWs downright despise gamers, as we’ve seen in the last four years.

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