On Wed, 2016-01-13 at 23:26 -0500, Justin W. Flory wrote:
I stumbled across this article by Sarah Sharp, a former Linux kernel
developer. There was a lot of controversy stirred up after the
explanation of why she left the Linux kernel community, which is also
good read if you aren't familiar.
In October, she published an article about what makes a good (and
healthy) open source community. In light of our recent discussion
women in computing and the article that we have planned for the
CommBlog, I thought this was a good resource to check out.
Great article, i see a lot of things we do in Nicaragua that has help
us as local fedora community, some things does not fit as we are only a
small group, but most important gives a some issues to talk about and
address. I will forward this to the local group. Thanks for bring this
to our attention.