Has the Code Of Conduct changed? ...again?



After the lengthy discussion some time back about to whom the CoC
refers, I had thought that the Code was adjusted to reflect that
users were also to be considered to be community members and subject to
the CoC. I just today reviewed said code
<http://www.ubuntu.com/community/conduct>
and noticed this:

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"We expect members of the Ubuntu community to be respectful when
dealing with other contributors as well as with people outside the
Ubuntu project and with users of Ubuntu."
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Doesn't that once more indicate that users are /NOT/ members since the,
"members," are expected to be, "...respectful when dealing with...
users..."

Some reworking of the Code obviously still needs to be done.
I really think the thing needs to be looked at by someone who has a
good command of the language and the meanings of words.

Maybe Canonical has an attorney in its employ who could do the dirty
deed.

Once again I'd just like to say that I have no problem adhering to the
Code, I would just like for it to be unambiguous.

Cybe R. Wizard
--
In a world full of audio visual marvels, may words matter to you and be
full of magic.
Godfrey Smith

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