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Epic Trolling (I Think)

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What amused me most is that it has apparently been eight months before anyone who would take offence complained.

It is a work of genius though. Why mindlessly copy/paste a generic code of conduct from someone else's project, when there's a perfectly good one already in the public domain that you can steal?

OK, some of the clauses aren't entirely appropriate to database manipulation; but that would be true of anyone else's CoC. ;)


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An excellent smack back at the  jobs worths who needed the supporting documentation of a Code of Conduct that had to written down. Chances are it would never have been read but fulfilled the necessary tick box requirement and so was approved. I have come across similar jobsworths and commend the comeuppance.

Edited by man o' the year

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