| Tim O'Reilly called for bloggers to work together to create a Blogger's Code of Conduct. This wiki is used for the development of this code of conduct.
After a week's discussion, we have decided to split this code into modules. Bloggers may choose the specific modules they want to apply to their new blog.
Please do not simply remove points you disagree with, but discuss them on the talk page.
New modules can be created using the box below.
All pages relating to this code can be found in this category.
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We present this Blogger Code of Conduct to promote personal expression and constructive conversation. We believe open conversation need not lack civility.
Create your own code by selecting the modules you want:
- Responsibility for our own words
- Nothing we wouldn't say in person
- Connect privately first
- Take action against attacks
- a) No anonymous comments OR b) No pseudonymous comments
- Ignore the trolls
- Encourage enforcement of terms of service
- Keep our sources private
- Discretion to delete comments
- Do no harm
- Think twice - post once
Translations and other versions elsewhereEdit
- Code of conduct in French
- Bloggerský kódex správania sa - Slovak translation (as of April 12, 2007)
- Code de conduite des blogueurs - French translation (as of April 12, 2007)
- Code de conduite pour la blogosphère - Full French translation (as of April 12, 2007)
- Código de Conducta para bloggers - Traduccion al español (12 de abril, 2007)
- Código de Conduta para Blogueiros em Português - Portuguese translation (12 de abril de 2007)
- Codice di Condotta dei Blogger - Italian Translation (as of April 14, 2007)
- Cantonese Translation (as of April 12, 2007)
- Código de Conduta para Bloggers - (PT) Portuguese Translation (as of April 24, 2007)
External references Edit
- Tim O'Reilly's original post calling for guidelines (2007-03-31)
- Tim O'Reilly's first draft of these guidelines (2007-04-08)
- Tim O'Reilly's take on reactions to the first draft (2007-04-11)
- Blogher Community Guidelines
- Desirable Roasted Coffee Code of Blogging Ethics - from December 2004.
- MilBlogs Rules of Engagement - drafted May 2005, updated April 2007.
- Nethic Charter, a Code of Conduct for bloggers - The Associated Humans, Feb. 2006, Charter adopted by French political parties.
- Yehuda's Blogger Code of Ethics - Posted a week or two before the Kathy Sierra incident.
- Wikipedia article about the Blogger's Code of Conduct
- Jon Garfunkle's Proposal - "Jon, your post at Comment Management Responsibility: A Proposal is very detailed and thought provoking, as well as way more comprehensive than anything I'd thought so far." (Tim O'Reilly, in comments to his 3rd post, 12th April)