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Re: Updates on the site and a proposal ;)

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On Feb 29, 2012, at 8:25 AM, Francesca Ciceri wrote:

> Hi all,
> first of all I'd like to propose a minor change on women.debian.org
> website: as Debian will be also this year part of GSoC program, we'd need
> to provide a link to the way a newcomer can connect to mentors (not GSoC
> mentors, just mentors in the main project in general).
> Ana proposed the link to Debian Women Mentoring project but we'd probably
> need to point out better, in that page, that the program is aimed both for
> women and men. 
> Maybe adding something like "Please note that also men can apply for our
> Mentoring Program!" at the end of "Welcome to the mentoring program!"
> paragraph (the first one).
> What do you think about?
> Now, browsing my long long long todo list I've found that we kinda agree
> on a migration of women.d.o into the main Debian website (see [1]). 
> Before asking to webmasters about it, I'd like to ask you again about it.
> And, another thing: finally was reached a consensus on the licence for
> www.d.o and since last January new contributions are licenced with MIT or
> GPL-2+ (see [2]). If we decide for the migration, we'll need to relicence
> content of women.d.o under MIT or GPL-2+ licence (now is under GPL-2,
> even if I noted that on the test site created by Tassia the footer says
> GPL-3).
> In that case, I'll just send a mail asking for the relicencement to all
> people who have committed something on women.d.o but before doing it, I'd
> like to know your points of view on this.
> Cheers,
> Francesca
> [1] http://lists.debian.org/debian-women/2011/08/msg00018.html
> [2] http://www.debian.org/license
> -- 

	I am new to this mailing list having found out via http://women.debian.org/ I just visited the debian women wiki section since there is a reference in this email to another email from 2011, which contains the link. I do not feel I might have found this mail list so easily had it not been for thewomen.debian.org website. Which by the way can be found via a search engine. Anything with the wiki site isn't likely to be found as it's obscured within all the other wiki material. I'm thinking if promoting women in Debian and searching for new faces is a goal, keep the women.debian.org website operational

Just a newbie's thoughts


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