This (and the original NCoC) is naive wishful thinking that won't survive first contact with an actual community issue.
Once you have a few other maintainers and contributors, there will inevitably be disagreements, and you have to have a realistic framework for resolving them respectfully and equitably.
You know, most git hosting platforms have nice "clone this project" and "fork" functions.
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Which dictionary did you get yours from? What other definitions did it have?