Todd Evanoff and I just did a quick survey of Code of Conduct in Ember plugins.
- Of the top 10 addons on Ember Observer, only one has a code of conduct. Ember Data uses the Ember guidelines.
- We also checked emberx-select's which uses the Contributor Covenant.
- Github.com has a special place for Code of Conduct in apps. It auto-suggests the Contributor Covenant. which is pretty good/popular.
- It would be awesome if Ember Observer recorded which projects have a Code of Conduct or not, and incorporated that into the score.
For posterity, the top 10 addons on Ember Observer as of Nov 15, 2018:
Top addons #1 ember-cli-babel - Ember CLI addon for Babel Build tools Last updated 14 days ago #2 @ember/test-helpers - Helpers for testing Ember.js applications Testing Last updated 8 days ago #3 ember-cli-sass - Use Sass to preprocess your ember-cli app's files, with support for sourceMaps and include paths Build tools, Styles Last updated 2 months ago #4 ember-qunit - QUnit helpers for testing Ember.js applications Testing Last updated 7 days ago #5 ember-ajax - Service for making AJAX requests in Ember applications. XHR wrappers Last updated a month ago #6 ember-truth-helpers - Ember Truth Helpers Template Helpers Last updated 3 months ago #7 ember-data - A data layer for your Ember applications. Data Last updated a month ago #8 ember-wormhole - Render a child view somewhere else in the DOM. Miscellaneous Last updated 2 months ago #9 ember-try - An ember-cli addon to test against multiple bower dependencies, such as ember and ember-data. Dev tools, Testing Last updated 2 months ago #10 ember-cli-eslint - Ember-cli eslint support, for checking your application matches your coding standards. Dev tools Last updated 6 days ago