Agreements are implemented through ad hoc juries made up of randomly selected members. A community administrator oversees the process and has the capacity to remove community members.What is the community’s mission? What core values does the community hold?
Any community member has the right and responsibility to evaluate others' behavior.What is the legal status of the community’s assets and creations?
A member found by a jury to have broken an agreement once receives a warning. The second time, the member is suspended for one week. The third time, the member is suspended for one year, after which the process resets at the second stage.What special roles can participants hold, and how are roles assigned? Are there limits on the terms or powers of participant roles?
Jury members serve only one complaint at a time.
This community regards the Contributor Covenant (contributor-covenant.org) as its body of policies.Who has the capacity to decide on policies, and how do they do so?
When a complaint about a community member is submitted to the administrator, a jury is formed to determine whether a violation has occurred. Juries consist of 5 community members selected at random for each complaint. If at least 4 members concur that the complaint accurately reflects the community agreements, the complaint triggers the appropriate consequence.How are policies implemented?
The community administrator is responsible for administering the jury process and carrying out the juries' conclusions.How does the community monitor and evaluate its policy implementation?
The community administrator monitors the jury processes to ensure they appear fair.
A special jury may be called to consider a proposed modification to this Rule, and all jury members must agree to the modification for it to pass.
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