PostgreSQL Is The Latest Open-Source Project To Announce A Code of Conduct
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 18 September 2018 at 07:11 AM EDT. 66 Comments
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The PostgreSQL database server is the latest open-source project adopting a Code of Conduct to promote inclusivity and appropriate conduct in engaging with the community.

Days after the Linux kernel adopted a Code of Conduct and Linus Torvalds taking a leave of absence, the PostgreSQL project coincidentally now has its Code of Conduct finalized.

Those wishing to read their Code of Conduct or learn more information can do so at PostgreSQL.org.
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