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From: Shuah Khan <>
Cc: "" <>,
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Subject: Linux Kernel Code of Conduct Committee: September 30, 2023
Date: Mon, 9 Oct 2023 09:55:12 -0600	[thread overview]
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Linux Kernel Code of Conduct Committee: September 30, 2023

In the period of April 1, 2023 through September 30, 2023, the Code of
Conduct Committee received the following reports:

Unacceptable behavior or comments in email: 4

The result of the investigation:
  - Education and coaching clarifying the Code of Conduct conduct
    related to normal review and patch acceptance process: 3
  - Clarification on the Code of Conduct conduct related to
    maintainer rights and responsibility to reject code: 1

The reports were about the discussion during the patch review and
decisions made in rejecting code and these actions are not viewed
as violations of the Code of Conduct.

Please see the excerpt from the Responsibilities section in the
code-of-conduct-interpretation.rst document:

"setting expertise expectations, making decisions and rejecting unsuitable
contributions are not viewed as a violation of the Code of Conduct."

We would like to thank the Linux kernel community members who have
supported the adoption of the Code of Conduct and who continue to
uphold the professional standards of our community. If you have
questions about this report, please write to <>.


This report and the past Code Of Conduct Committee reports
can be found on the Code of Conduct website at

-- Shuah (On behalf of the Code of Conduct Committee)

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