EP368 – Ethics in the WordPress Community

July 31, 2020

This week on WPwatercooler we’re talking about the ethics in the WordPress community.

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18 responses to “EP368 – Ethics in the WordPress Community”

  1. Check it out –
    EP368 – Ethics in the WordPress Community wpwatercooler.com/video/ep368-et…

  2. Nice repurposed content here. Jason with the cliffhanger.

  3. Reason 372565 why I love the #WordPress community.

  4. Dan Gilmore Avatar

    @jasontucker @enqueue_russ – Who is Tropical Hot Dog? Are they on Twitter?

    Great episode, btw.

  5. Dan Gilmore Avatar

    Thanks! I’m already following him 🙂

  6. John Locke Avatar

    Glad this stuff is being addressed. Many people are clever enough to be assholes or be hurtful with enough cover that they can say “it was a joke”, or “they didn’t do anything”.

    Many people are illusions.

  7. Jason Tucker ????????‍???????????? Avatar

    There is a lot to unpack sometimes with these incidents.

  8. Jason Tucker ????????‍???????????? Avatar

    A mentor of mine in this space @sereedmedia always brings it.

  9. John Locke Avatar

    People are often complex. They are often not a-holes/racist/sexist/terroristic/threatening to everyone they meet.

    It’s when people double down on the bad behavior, don’t apologize or make things right, and don’t change that seals the deal.

  10. John Locke Avatar

    Acting like an a-hole is like an iceberg. There’s almost always more you don’t see beneath the surface.










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