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Linux 'Code of Conduct' is neither Code nor Conduct

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Much like the Linux kernel development process itself has evolved as a function of development, I suspect the code of conduct will be the same. That is to say it will be self-regulating without some kind of rigid system of policies.

The simple truth is that the vast majority of Linux kernel development is done by those that work for companies. Since LKML is all in the open, and it's clear to see who works for whom, I suspect that various corporate masters already have policies in place as well.

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