on the topic of anything feminist, cookie or otherwise, I would like to
also point out that *diversity != feminism* and we should make sure that it
does not become such, and that it is not seen as such by the public.
*Where do I get my cookie for being a female programmer then?*
On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 1:30 AM, Karsten Wade <kwade(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On 08/09/2016 03:08 AM, Justin W. Flory wrote:
> I think a badge for those sponsored into the Diversity Team would be a
> good idea for encouraging more people to participate. Although we may
> want to spend some time looking at our own on-boarding process first to
> make sure we know how we want to bring newcomers into the team. I hope
> we can cover some of these things at the meeting, but for now, you can
> see the ticket I filed here about this:
Outside-of-panel thought ...
May I suggest you make sure that a badge doesn't become another form of
And yeah, I'm aware I'm currently at-risk of seeking a cookie for
bringing up feminist cookies. It's a dangerously reciprocal situation
that ... well, I guess I'm 'splaining about.
And no, I don't have a suggestion on how to prevent the cookie-ism. Just
an alert about the risk.
- Karsten, hating the ugly loops of ugliness but unable to disengage &
yet could have left it alone for another to speak up first ... darn ...
maybe next time? Always worth a fail-fail-try-again ...
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