Code of Conduct at events

Bernhard R. Link brlink at
Thu Nov 11 20:33:23 UTC 2010

* Adrian Bunk <bunk at> [101111 19:40]:
> The level of proof required at court is not that extremely high, and
> if you don't reach that level of proof there's a high probability
> that the person is not guilty.

Almost every juristdiction has some "without reasonable doubt" in it.
Puting people into jail or requesting fines in something serious.
Telling someone "Sorry, but after what happened and while the
authorities said there is not enough proof, we do not want other
attendees having to fear you. Would you mind leaving/not coming?"
(and formulating that more decided if not followed voluntary) is
something that does not need as much proof.

	Bernhard R. Link

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