it’s perhaps a bug in the ubuntu code of conduct that it does not include something that we can find elsewhere — in the KDE code of conduct.
i believe that “be excellent to each other” very much includes “assume that people mean well”.
i’m personally a bit tired of seeing people repeatedly publicly flogged for an innocent action (where i define innocent as “very obviously without malice”).
ps: can we please get back to work? boston summit just ended today and i can tell you that there is certainly no lack of actual interesting things to be spending time on.
edit: thanks to murray for pointing out that the “assume people mean well” language appears also in the GNOME code of conduct. KDE just had better google juice for the term :)