Further disappointing but not surprising to see the rather toothless "Copenhagen Pledge" coming out of this event at https://techfordemocracy.dk/join-the-initiative/ that has a lot of warm fuzzy words, but doesn't actually bother to say what kinds of technology are encouraged or discouraged.
Kind of like "be excellent to each other" codes of conduct that don't define bad behavior.
@downey @o0karen0o @mdb Both those you link to have an undetirmined we who should act in my reading. There's also the TechPledge.org, coincidentally also written in Copenhagen (in 2019), which focuses on an invidiidual's responsibility in tech work. How do those 3 compare in your eyes? It's always hard this stuff, in who you think you're aiming at: yourself, employers, organisations, ones doing it wrong in the authors eyes etc. etc?
@downey @o0karen0o @mdb I'll reread that , two years ago I found it mostly confusing https://www.zylstra.org/blog/2019/07/what-is-the-contract-for-the-web-for/ (and of course it limits itself to the web, compared to those other examples)
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