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Universal Code of Conduct/Enforcement draft guidelines review
|A Note from the Drafting Committee: Please keep in mind that the UCoC Enforcement Guidelines outlined in this document are iterative, and will continuously be evaluated and evolve with community feedback, along with the Universal Code of Conduct. The committee has also provided questions for the community to think about in regards to this draft.|
'Preventive work (articles 1 and 2 UCOC)'
'Responsive work (article 3 UCOC)'
'Principles for processing and filing of reported cases'
'Providing resources for processing cases'
'Types of violations and enforcement mechanism / groups'
'Recommendations for the reporting and processing tool'
'Recommendations for local enforcement structures'
'Recommendations for how to process appeals'
Open questions for the Community
Escalation: Where do the complaints go, what instance/body/judge is supposed to process them.
Regulations for appeal (after the previous question "Where do the complaints go" has been answered).
Should the U4C committee also decide individual cases or process appeals?
When should someone be able to initiate an appeal for a UCoC violation?
What kinds of behavior or evidence would we want to see before granting an appeal?
Who should handle the appeals process?
How often should someone be allowed to appeal a UCoC violation decision?
To what extent should individual Wikimedia projects be allowed to decide how they enforce the UCoC?
How will people be chosen for the U4C committee?
- Our current recommended list of users include, but are not limited to: CheckUsers, oversighters, bureaucrats, administrators of local projects, arbitration committee members, Wikimedia Foundation employees, Affiliates, etc.
Should an interim committee be formed while the "U4C" committee is being created?
Should global conduct committees, such as the Technical Code of Conduct committee, be merged into the proposed U4C?