Women in free libre open source projects: facilitated discussion*
In the spirit of analyzing ideas, wrestling with them, and engaging in active praxis, a moderated brainstorm answering the question of "What works best for supporting women's contributions to free-libre open-source projects?"
We will brainstorm recommendations for best practices around women in tech, followed by discussion and consideration of next steps. Discussion will be moderated. All are welcome. We will emphasise contributions based on experience. The topic is “What works best for supporting women’s contributions to free libre open source projects?” (discussion, consciousness-raising, "paticipatory-research)
discussion, participatory research, consciousness raising, women in tech
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Reid Beels lives in the lovely town of Portland, Oregon where he is thrilled to be a part of a rapidly exploding technology community. He likes to design things, plan events, take pictures, bake, and ride his bike.
In the Spring of 2008, Reid finished studying Communication Design at the Pacific Northwest College of Art and now works as a freelance design, web development and interactivity consultant.
an indefatigable DIY tinkerer — user of Free-Open-Source-Software and Debian OS for day-to-day computing since 2003 —
Katheryn Sutter PhD Urban and Public Affairs, BS Human Resources and Family Studies