For more diversity & inclusion in open source communities 👏
👉 Find resources https://opensourcediversity.org
💬 Join our forum https://discourse.opensourcediversity.org
🎉 Meet people https://opensourcediversity.org/#spaces
💸 Donate https://opencollective.com/opensourcediversity
💻 Contribute https://github.com/opensourcediversity/opensourcediversity.org
[FR] Rant sur les hommes dans la culture libre et ma tentative de contribution
Sincèrement, je vous le dis bien calmement, je ne sais pas si je vais continuer à contribuer au libre. En tout cas, si je le fais, ce sera SEULE et ISOLÉE, avec des actions cachées, sans que mon nom ne soit mentionné et sans communiquer sur mes actions.
Pourquoi ? Parce que je suis déjà épuisée, alors que ça ne fait qu'une petite année que je contribue et travaille régulièrement avec @Framasoft .
Applications are now open for HOT’s Rapid Response Microgrant: #COVID19. Microgrants will be awarded to 4-8 OSM communities in Low and Middle Income Countries to enable vulnerable communities to be supported during the pandemic, https://bit.ly/2KkLZL0
We are extremely happy to announce that our app drip is now available on @firstname.lastname@example.org, as a sweet and comfortable option to download without using Google Services!
We genuinely admire the work @email@example.com is doing to make #opensource more inclusive, check out their website for fantastic resources. https://opensourcediversity.org/ https://twitter.com/osdiversity/status/1069938355578773504
Open Source Diversity is an online forum with the mission to create diverse & inclusive spaces in open-source software communities. Their #opensource projects support underrepresented groups and everyone is invited to participate. You can join them here. https://buff.ly/36xuzTX
"Ten simple rules for helping newcomers become contributors to open projects"
The amazing people who worked relentlessly and tirelessly to ensure #oscafest recorded an outstanding success.
I'm at a conference where 6 out of the 8 people on a panel are women. I've never seen this at any conference/panel that isn't specifically focused on women.
Nearing the end of #CHAOSScon: @firstname.lastname@example.org talking ways to help measure #diversity and #inclusion in #opensource communities. A great conversation to include the @email@example.com community with!
We think diversity is enrichment! How do we make the open source community more diverse? 🌈 Here are some tips by @firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks! https://twitter.com/osdiversity/status/1069938355578773504
For more diversity & inclusion in free & open source software communities. We are loving it! @email@example.com
Brand-new book! Hacking Diversity: The Politics of Inclusion in Open Technology Cultures is shipping from Princeton University Press, Amazon, your fave indie bookseller. Excerpt is up: http://tiny.cc/hack_div
📡👩💻 Are you interested in participating in a WWC's panel on Open Source and diversity in January or do you know someone we can invite?
📡👩💻 ¿Estáis interesadas en participar en un panel de WWC sobre Open Source y diversidad en Enero o conocéis a alguien que podamos invitar?
One nice project to watch and support of you care about tackling online #misogyny, #harassment, #sexism, etc., is the OptOut project with the goal of letting people have a harassment free online presence. https://github.com/opt-out-tools/opt-out
thanks to the @Wikipedia@twitter.com editor who spent their wednesday night tagging the recent biographies i’ve started for #WomenInSTEM as not notable enough to be included in the encyclopaedia. it’s really constructive and helpful work. 🤬😭
As usual we would be happy to welcome you to our campus and to join us in a great learning experience. Unlike usual, we ask you to donate a little bit of money (you decide how much).
@firstname.lastname@example.org will match your donation and distribute it to @email@example.com @WomenWhoCode@twitter.com @BIPOCIT@twitter.com
One of our goals of #OSCAFest by @firstname.lastname@example.org is to showcase many of the amazing tech talents and change the narrative of African developers in Africa from being just users.
2020 is going to be an amazing year!!
So excited we're kicking it off with #OSCAFest😍!!
Apply by 5pm UTC tomorrow for @email@example.com diversity scholarships for people new or returning to full-time in tech and interested in open source, who live in Europe, Middle East, or Africa. Topics include Cloud, Containers, Fedora, Kernel, ML/AI, UX & more! https://www.devconf.info/cz/faq/#diversityandinclusion
3 key strategies for becoming a diversity and inclusion leader by @firstname.lastname@example.org https://red.ht/2NLuYMi
Post-doc position (annually renewable up to 5 years) to work on projects in Inclusion and Diversity in Open Source Software at the School of Informatics, Computing, and Cyber Systems at Northern Arizona University: https://hr.peoplesoft.nau.edu/psp/ph92prta/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=604723&PostingSeq=1&
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!