Below is a recently published article on the Community Blog about women
in computing and Fedora's history and current activities involving outreach.
I think is something that should definitely be shared to all Fedora
social media pages. I'm not sure on what the policy on Red Hat social
media is, but I could also see this being something great to put out on
one of the other Red Hat accounts too.
Feel free to share this around too, I think this is a great summary of
the work being done in Fedora to improve diversity and increase
outreach. Thanks all!
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Subject: [Fedora Women] Women in Computing and Fedora - CommBlog article
Date: Fri, 22 Jan 2016 19:21:10 +0530
From: Bhagyashree Uday <bhagyashree.iitg(a)gmail.com>
jflory7 and I have recently published an article about Women in
Computing and Fedora on Community Blog. Do take a look at it :
It talks about :
*Diversity efforts in Fedora
*Anisha Narang's Grace Hopper experience
*Women's involvement in Fedora
*New opportunities for women like Outreachy
*Snippet of an interview with Fedora Diversity Adviser, Maria "tatica"
Leandro detailing her inputs on the current diversity situation in
Fedora as well as her goals and vision as Diversity Adviser.(A full
interview is scheduled for later)
*Call for Action - How can you help ?
Looking forward to knowing your inputs,