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Re^2: Perl Foundation Community Affairs Team Transparency Report

by tangent (Vicar)
on May 20, 2021 at 02:42 UTC ( #11132753=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Perl Foundation Community Affairs Team Transparency Report
in thread Perl Foundation Community Affairs Team Transparency Report

If Mithaldu's responses are anything to go by they seem to have been given a load of shovels and can't help themselves from digging the hole ever deeper.

Another thing I noticed recently was their report on the recent survey
https://news.perlfoundation.org/post/newcomer-survey-results-actions

In the report they say:

The results highlighted four key themes that require action:
  • Visibility;
  • IDE (Integrated Development Environment);
  • CPAN recommendations; and
  • Civility.
Further down...
Civility
Respondents want discussion forums to be polite, welcoming and supportive. They want to feel comfortable asking questions.
I don't remember anywhere in the survey where they asked about this "civility", so I downloaded the spreadsheet of the raw data and nowhere could I find anything that would lead one to come to this conclusion. The only place it could be mentioned was in the very last question which was freeform response. One respondent complained about a bad experience they had on IRC years ago and that was it.

Quite a few respondents mentioned that Perlmonks was missing from their list of places where new users could find help. I wonder how they plan on policing this monastery which they refuse to even acknowledge.

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