At the bottom of the Code of Conduct:
First of all, have some imaginary points for including where you got your inspiration. Credit where credit is due, etc.
Has anyone noticed that last link is a Google Docs document open for editing? A document which starts with the following paragraph:
This doc needs a new owner
Please email [redacted e-mail] or request edit access.
Turns out the current owner of the document is not a part of Tech Solidarity. Ouch. But that's not the most pressing problem.
The real problem is how easy it is to deface such an open document:
This document might just be the new battlefield of a whole lot of internet trolls.
The current version looks bad enough as it is already. It's not a profesionally written piece, hard to read, too long at times, confusing at others, a hodgepodge.
Please either link to a proper alternative or remove the link altogether. Easily defacable content simply can not be affiliated to the Code of Conduct.
Note: Most of the useful content in that document was inspired by the Recurse social rules, a document of overall much higher quality and less risks involved. If we got to link to anything, might want to link to that instead.