As Gnangarra has stated and what I want to state, the reasonable man test has in it a bias. I have also stated that we may use some equivalent words, not a must for using "common sense". I understand the limitation of "common sense", and would like to state such a word is definitely not the best solution. Yet, I cannot find a proper solution to replace the word "reasonable person", as I am also using English logic to think of the articles of UCoC. I therefore highly encourage people using other languages may give their suggestions as choices.

In the way we find the alternative word of "reasonable person", I also encourage to make more examples to help people make their mind clearer. The examples do help people to find the pattern and form their sense.

Arthur Cheung 
User:だ*ぜ (Dasze)
Board Member of Wikimedia Community User Group Hong Kong (WMHKG)

Dan Garry (Deskana) <> 於 2021年2月22日 P.M.10:59 寫道:

It's so great to see the Universal Code of Conduct come to fruition. As a movement we were severly lagging behind others in adopting a code of conduct, and I'm glad to see we've reached parity. This is a step in the right direction.


On Tue, 2 Feb 2021 at 11:59, María Sefidari <> wrote:
Hi everyone,

I’m pleased to announce that the Board of Trustees has unanimously approved a Universal Code of Conduct for the Wikimedia projects and movement.[1]  A Universal Code of Conduct was one of the final recommendations of the Movement Strategy 2030 process - a multi-year, participatory community effort to define the future of our movement. The final Universal Code of Conduct seeks to address disparities in conduct policies across our hundreds of projects and communities, by creating a binding minimum set of standards for conduct on the Wikimedia projects that directly address many of the challenges that contributors face.

The Board is deeply grateful to the communities who have grappled with these challenging topics. Over the past six months, communities around the world have participated in conversations and consultations to help build this code collectively, including local discussions in 19 languages, surveys, discussions on Meta, and policy drafting by a committee of volunteers and staff. The document presented to us reflects a significant investment of time and effort by many of you, and especially by the joint staff/volunteer committee who created the base draft after reviewing input collected from community outreach efforts. We also appreciate the dedication of the Foundation, and its Trust & Safety policy team, in getting us to this phase.

This was the first phase of our Universal Code of Conduct - from here, the Trust & Safety team will begin consultations on how best to enforce this code. In the coming weeks, they will follow-up with more instructions on how you can participate in discussions around enforcing the new code. Over the next few months, they will be facilitating consultation discussions in many local languages, with our affiliates, and on Meta to support a new volunteer/staff committee in drafting enforcement pathways. For more information on the process, timeline, and how to participate in this next phase, please review the Universal Code of Conduct page on Meta.[2]

The Universal Code of Conduct represents an essential step towards our vision of a world in which all people can participate in the sum of all knowledge. Together, we have built something extraordinary. Today, we celebrate this milestone in making our movement a safer space for contribution for all.

On behalf of the Board of Trustees,

María Sefidari
Board Chair



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