> conduct / ruby-lang.org seems like an obvious address to contact in order to deal with such issues.
>
> Like security, dealing with conduct issues is difficult, time-consuming, and something that needs to be prioritized by people who are trained on how to properly address potential conduct violations.

If this is mandatory, nobody can handle this. Unfortunately ruby
community was too healthy and no serious conflict. Any ruby committer
have no enough experience to handle such kind of issue. So, I'd
suggest to start as best effort.

That's better than do nothing.

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