> A few people from the Ruby core team seem worried (in this thread) that no one has the time to respond to such issues. This seems odd to me because there is currently no way of knowing how many people would contact conduct / ruby-lang.org if it existed. Are we expecting dozens of emails a day? Why would we possibly expect that? Isn't it worrisome that we would expect hordes of people to raise issues of conduct?

No. My point was not time nor willing. You said

>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.

But currently clearly nobody trained because our community have no issue now.

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