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Hi all, what do you think of establishing a Code of Conduct for It will help us federate with friendly instances.

I am thinking of adopting what we have at our sister instance

Feel free to edit draft at

Thanks @misty for bringing this up.

Also, anyone would like to volunteer as a co-admin for Mainly maintenance to make sure this instance runs smoothly for all.

@joshuatj Overall looks great to me. My one suggestion would be to ideally get an option for anonymous reporting of harassment in place, but having the doc up and getting more community admins who can hash that out takes priority.

I'd be willing to volunteer soon, the next month is just going to be a tad overwhelming since I'm moving, so I don't want to commit a thing I can't properly dedicate time to yet

@misty sorry took me so long, but you're an admin now!

@joshuatj 👍 Let me know if you need anything specific from me!

@misty nothing much as of now. But maybe you can help welcome new members?

@joshuatj Sure! I'm glad to do that. Is there a way to find new members, ir just as I notice new people around?

@misty New members will automatically follow admins. So when you see "xyz followed you", it's usually a new member.

@joshuatj hi there, are you limiting editors to people you tagged?

@amelish not at all, not at all! The tagged ppl are the recently more active tooters. Please feel free to edit!

@joshuatj This is great! I really appreciated the "known harassers" section. Making it clear that the admins have discretion to ban users for reasons not specified is important, I think - prevents certain kinds of rules-lawyering that can keep bad actors around.

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