Be charitable Interpret the arguments of others in good faith, do not seek to disagree. When we do disagree, try to understand why.
Translation: judge a person on their social status first, and if they outrank you in developer status or connections, keep your mouth shut, no matter how bad the bug. (And yes, it will become this way.)
Care to explain how you drew that conclusion? I'm not seeing it.
See, that's me following this part of the CoC. A response that doesn't follow it would be something like this, "Sorry, but you're simply wrong. You're turning something that has nothing to do with status, and making it about status. Your turning something that is focused on making conversations more effective and claiming it, instead, will end conversations. You're asking us to accept your belief of what will happen as if it were fact."
The initial response gives you an opportunity to explain something that I feel you didn't adequately explain. The latter shuts you down, or, starts an argument.
I haven't read the whole CoC (since I'm not a Go developer, there's really no point), but I think this little bit that I quoted should be something we all do, not just in online discussions, but also face to face.