I've been thinking for a few days about the discussions and decisions made about the Mozilla code of conduct and my commitment to the Mozilla Project.
An American societal debate has been brought by a few people into a ground where it should not have to: into the Mozilla Project, really far from the Mozilla Manifesto. In my opinion, using Mozilla as a tribune, in someway holding the community to ransom —though I can understand and support their claims— is at best intellectually dishonest.
These claims and debate should have remained where they belong to: inside the corporation, or in the civil society.
Furthermore, still according to me, the Mozilla leaders accepted this situation.
It's the last straw for me, after some other disappointments during these last 9 years of contribution.
I'm sad about this, but I can't contribute anymore, so I'm withdrawing from this project.
Live long and prosper.