[Hpr] The Oxygen of Publicity, was: Re: Fwd: Harassment

jezra jezra at jezra.net
Tue Dec 17 08:16:21 PST 2019


Sinister? How do you know they are left-handed?

On 12/17/19 1:34 AM, Mike Ray wrote:
> 
> For my two pen'orth )sorry, English idiom)...
> 
> There has already been too much discussion about this on here.
> 
> There is nothing anybody can do to stop anybody on the internet being
> trolled, whether it is on Twitter, Facebook, on a mailing list or
> anywhere else.
> 
> Its annoying, and often downright sinister and disturbing.
> 
> But talking about it and wringing your hands at length is just 'feeding
> the trolls'.
> 
> I suggest everybody just shrugs it off and moves on.
> 
> Even a 'code of conduct' is a way of letting the trolls know they are
> making an impact.
> 
> I get trolled regularly on Twitter because I dictate most of my Tweets
> and IOS often types 'to' when it should type 'too', or 'there' when it
> should plainly be 'their'.  Something like that is too stupid to even
> waste a breath over.
> 
> This abuse might be far worse than that, but it is still done from afar,
> and talking about it is exactly the troll food they want.
> 
> 
> 
> 
> On 16/12/2019 21:57, Jannik Wesley Pruitt via Hpr wrote:
>> Very sad CoC should be changed
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>
>> Begin forwarded message:
>>
>>> From: lostnbronx <lostnbronx at gmail.com>
>>> Date: 14. December 2019 at 16:52:42 CET
>>> To: hpr at hackerpublicradio.org
>>> Subject: Re: [Hpr] Harassment
>>>
>>> When you think about it, it's surprising we haven't had this problem
>>> before. Unless we did, and it just wasn't brought to light.
>>>
>>> Can we assume the harassment source was from within the community, and
>>> not just from random trolls on the Internet? I think removing email
>>> addresses of hosts is a great first step, at any rate.
>>>
>>> A CoC would give the admins the power to act without having to seek
>>> community consensus on every incident. It would also provide clear
>>> guidelines for community members and admins alike regarding how to
>>> behave, and what will happen if you don't.
>>>
>>> It makes me sad that we need this, but I guess we were overdue.
>>>
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