Initiative Code of Conduct

  • Each member of the initiative has its own added value, it must be respected, UX members have authority over the interfaces,
    developer members have authority over the code. This does not prevent anyone from giving his or her opinion,
    but for final decisions, the expertise and wisdom of the group leads must be trusted.
  • Conceptional work for big issues should not slow down or prevent smaller improvement steps that can be implemented apart from it.
  • Communication about deliverables planned has to be transparent to the public.

This should not replace the TYPO3 Code of Conduct, but add more specification to our operations.