Re: Offtopic: DPL: Margarita Manterola, la primera mujer en las elecciones lider del proyecto Debian (DPL)
PD: mi admiración por su persona, trabajo de developer de software
libre, Debian GNU/Linux member y ahora por su valentía por la decisión
de presentarse como opción a las elecciones de líder del proyecto
2010/3/22 Ignacio Pedrini <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Margarita Manterola, la primera mujer en las elecciones lider del
> proyecto Debian (DPL)
> DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 346, 22 March 2010
> Speaking about Debian GNU/Linux, the world's largest Linux
> distribution with decidedly well-established democratic structures, a
> final call for nominations for the position of the Debian Project
> Leader (DPL) was circulated last week. But this year's DPL elections
> will be somewhat different. As noted in this ITwire report, this will
> be the first Debian Project Leader election with a woman on the list
> of candidates: "For the first time in its 16-year history, the Debian
> GNU/Linux project has a woman in the running to become leader of the
> project when voting for the post takes place between April 2 and April
> 15. Margarita Manterola, a software developer from Argentina, mostly
> Python, teaches programming at a university. She has been involved
> with Debian since 2003, became a developer in 2005 and has been part
> of the Debian Women project since it kicked off in 2004. Manterola,
> who submitted her nomination just before the deadline, will have to
> defeat three others if she is to win." For more information about
> Margarita Manterola please visit her personal blog and read this
> interview by Linux Magazine.
> Extraído de:
> Blog de Margarita Manterola
> Fri, 12 Mar 2010
> Running for DPL
> During DebConf8, in Mar del Plata, Argentina, there was one night
> where I had a terrible nightmare: I woke up one day and I was DPL :).
> I mentioned this to some people during the conference, and to my
> amazement they told me that I could actually be a good DPL.
> I've been thinking about this possibility since then, but the
> post-DebConf stress was still too high for me to run for it in 2009.
> This year, however, I'm ready to stand for it, campaign, and either
> win or lose, whatever the Debian community decides.
> I'm currently drafting my platform, but in no way do I claim having
> all the good ideas. So, if you -no matter if you are a developer, a
> contributor or a user- have any good ideas on how to make Debian
> better from the DPL role, I'd be glad to hear them.
> Extraído de:
> Ignacio Pedrini.
> Free Culture Activisit.
> Free Software Acrivist.
> Partido Pirata Activist.
Free Culture Activisit.
Free Software Acrivist.
Partido Pirata Activist.