On Fri, Nov 08, 2013 at 12:55:11AM +0100, Johan Engelen wrote:
(I'm sorry I have not replied or acted upon the recent board mails.
I've been putting most of my Inkscape/2geom time into coding,
procrastinating board activities...)
Has Inkscape ever revoked someone's trunk commit rights? If so, how did
that happen? How many warnings, etc?
I don't recall this ever happening in Inkscape, but I did go through
this process once for a different project, and it was a very stressful
mess. Something really worth avoiding if at all possible.
(The person in question kept committing copyright violation materials
even after being confronted about it multiple times.)
(I have vague memories of us coming close, but working things out; Josh
do you recall better than me?)
The Producing Open Source Software has some good advice on how to go
about handling these situations:
And in particular: