On Fri, Jul 23, 2004 at 09:55:05PM +0200, Amaya imparted: > > IMHO I'd love to see a bunch of supporting, pro-equality men. I'm sure > there are many of them lurking here. Men that are not merely trying to > score, but legitimately interested in Debian being more women-friendly > than it is now (if it is at all). Men that can be seen as an example > (visibility) to both men and women, that Debian is not necessarily > hostile, but quite the opposite, populated by women that are inclusive > and supporting, and men too. And the reasons they give as to be in the > supporters page is what I find interesting. Because it's plural, from > the "other point of view". Because it will serve as an example to other > men, and that is something that needs a lot of work (Read my > troll^flame at debian-vote regarding this subject and you will see that > the more men we can get involved, the more acceptance we will get). > > It's friday night, I'm a little bit drunk, tired from moving to my new > house, so please tell me if this makes any sense at all. made great sense to me - I agree thoroughly, its a great way to enlist enlightened men, and hopefully educate the woefully uneducated ones out there, by example..men AND women CAN work togetehr in positive ways. imho:) r:) -- Romana Branden ITShare SA Inc/ComputerbankSA http://itshare.org.au/ ITShare SA gives away computer systems created from donated hardware and opensource software.
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