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How to get more women and diversity into openSUSE
How to get more women and diversity into openSUSE
How to get more women and diversity into openSUSE
How to get more women and diversity into openSUSE
How to get more women and diversity into openSUSE
How to get more women and diversity into openSUSE
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How to get more women and diversity into openSUSE

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  • 1. How to get more women (and diversity) into openSUSELydia Pintscher@nightroselydia@kde.org openSUSE conf 2011
  • 2. Who am I and why am I here?
  • 3. Why do you want more women/diversity?
  • 4. Why do you have so few women/little diversity right now?● How would you describe the openSUSE community and the atmosphere in it? ● Do you have a culture that values different kinds of contributions? ● Who are the role models in the community? ● Do people step in when bad things happen? ● What is the picture the community projects to an outsider? A lurker?
  • 5. Why do you have so fewwomen/little diversity right now?● Do you attract people who are different who then leave again or do they not show up in the first place?● What are the women/... you have already like? What are they working on?● Who are you doing outreach to and how?
  • 6. How do you get more women/diversity in the future?
  • 7. Questions?!Lydia Pintscher@nightroselydia@kde.org

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