The governance process and model for Project Jupyter
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Remove political belief from JupyterDay CoC

The Jupyter Steering council is removing the phrase “political belief” from our Code of Conduct. This is being proposed because the phrase is overly vague and likely harmful. In particular, we want to make it clear that this change is meant to indicate that one can still be sanctioned for e.g. sexist or racist behavior even if it is due to a "political belief". Discriminatory views are not welcome.
Latest commit a96ab45 Jul 31, 2018

Project Jupyter Governance

The purpose of this repository is to formalize the governance process that the IPython/Jupyter project has used informally since its inception in 2001. This document clarifies how decisions are made and how the various elements of our community interact, including the relationship between open source collaborative development and work that may be funded by for-profit or non-profit entities.

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To the extent possible under law, Project Jupyter has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to the Project Jupyter Governance documents, in accordance with the Creative Commons CC0 license. This work is published from the United States. See the file in this repository for details.