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Re: Gender diversity and inclusiveness in Free Software

On 9 March 2019 2:53:20 pm IST, "A. Mani" <a.mani.cms@gmail.com> wrote:
>On Wed, Mar 6, 2019 at 6:29 PM Sruthi Chandran <srud@disroot.org>
>>As part of a Free Software event, I have proposed to do a session
>ongender diversity and inclusiveness in Free Software.As part of the
>research for the session, I found some resources andstudies available
>online. <snip>
>Do look at relatively recent work that I had done with Ubuntu, Fedora
>Women and also the efforts at Fedora women.
>Some papers and presentations are in my research gate page (under free
>software and gender studies). Also, see the Ubuntu Women blog
>You will also need to look at Women in * language groups, Systers,
>Svaksha's blog, Priyanka (Nag),....
>Mozilla has done some recent work relative to their biases. The
>direction of FOSS projects with explicit commercial interests has also
>had much effect on the direction of FOSS movements. Do refer to the
>KDE lead's book/compilation of a number of views of developers.
>In recent times, in many countries the socioeconomic and political
>situation has also adversely affected the foss movement and inclusion.

Thanks a lot for the pointers. I will definitely refer them.

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