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  The CentOS Community Architect is the responsible party for clarifying the standards of acceptable behavior and are expected to take appropriate and fair corrective action in response to reported instances of behavior that is not aligned to this Code of Conduct, along with the Red Hat Legal team, as appropriate.

  

- The responsibility of enforcing the Code of Conduct falls with these parties for several reasons. It provides more security and protection to the reporter and any parties involved. As these roles are full time and paid, they are able to act on the issues in a timely manner. Red Hat is in a position to protect the FPL and FCAIC legally if complications arose from attempts at resolution.

+ The responsibility of enforcing the Code of Conduct falls with these parties for several reasons. It provides more security and protection to the reporter and any parties involved. As this role is full time and paid, they are able to act on the issues in a timely manner. Red Hat is in a position to protect the Community Architect legally if complications arose from attempts at resolution.

  

  The CentOS Community has the right in its sole discretion and responsibility to remove, edit, or reject comments, commits, code, wiki edits, issues, and other contributions that are not aligned to this Code of Conduct. Where editing is not practical we shall post a follow up explaining that this does not reflect our standards.

  

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