kde.modular.im: "I am at least 16 years old. "

Krešimir Čohar kcohar at gmail.com
Wed Feb 20 22:33:12 GMT 2019


I don't see what we gain by imposing this rule (16 or over) and we do stand
to lose a lot (up and coming teen programmers whose skills could be honed
and tempered, and whose contributions could make a substantial difference
to KDE).

On Wed, Feb 20, 2019 at 11:04 AM Boudewijn Rempt <boud at valdyas.org> wrote:

> There's the
> https://kde.modular.im/_matrix/consent?h=6fc7fefb99181b28ffdf2be32225ead05a8cd6c148da23482edbcc4b08ce7ddd&u=boud
> page you need to agree to before one can join. And it asks people to
> confirm that they're older than 16.
>
> Why do we have this condition? There are plenty of reasons why we would
> need people younger than 16 to be able to chat with people in the KDE
> community. We've had contributors and even people giving presentations at
> Akademy who were younger than 16.
>
> --
> https://www.krita.org
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