I am quite happy with this. The document is much shorter but reflects reasonable professional expectations. It roughly corresponds with UK and EU law. I am not against inclusion and I think Open Source should have rules.
The document should probably add political belief as a protected characteristic to fully meet the standards of EU law but aside from that it is a vast improvement. A problem with the OCoC is that in the EU even extremist political beliefs are protected. That might trouble some – but in fact it is a good thing because what is considered extreme may … vary … especially if leftists are in charge.
If the extreme right wing is protected by EU law then a moderate consumer movement like GamerGate is also likely to be covered.