Daughter. Sister. Girlfriend. Wife. Mother. Engineer. A vision on Indian feminine wisdom, and FOSS  (Free Open Source Soft...
Seeking Love. Approval. Acceptance. What makes you  take your first steps towards your education? What makes you continue?
Engineering Gender-Equality Why does the arrow of gender-equality point one-way? Can we dis-identify from deep conditions?...
Beyond Engineering Job? Career? Marriage?  Further Studies?
Engineering Challenge Boss versus Mother-in-Law, The career challenge.
Child-Process Software versus tenderware. Project of a lifetime.
Finding a New Path  of Wisdom Women and the unbroken tradition of knowledge
Sharing  recipes Food Medicine Software
Goddess Saraswati  of Knowledge, And Goddess Lakshmi of Wealth, cannot be monopolized. Women's  Wisdom: Antidote to Softwa...
Find a project  on Sourceforge. Contribute. Invite and involve  other women. Encourage  the culture  of sharing. Education...
75% of FOSS code is now paid-for. So find a job and make a career in organizations that work with FOSS. Introduce FOSS-cul...
Contribute to: wikieducator.org wikijunior.org wikibooks.org . . . Make  Knowledge  Free for  Your Children
Lobby against proprietary genetically-modified (GM) food Discover osdd.org and explore how you can help Start sharing ethn...
Make a  Cultural  Impact Share the wisdom  and wealth of creativecommons.org  with your family,  through music, books,  fi...
Stay Beautiful When you become  a grandmother
Talk delivered by  Niyam Bhushan at Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology for Women (RKGITW), Ghaziabad, U.P. on 9 April ...
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  1. 1. Daughter. Sister. Girlfriend. Wife. Mother. Engineer. A vision on Indian feminine wisdom, and FOSS (Free Open Source Software)
  2. 2. Seeking Love. Approval. Acceptance. What makes you take your first steps towards your education? What makes you continue?
  3. 3. Engineering Gender-Equality Why does the arrow of gender-equality point one-way? Can we dis-identify from deep conditions? Is an engineering institute 'for Women' about equality?
  4. 4. Beyond Engineering Job? Career? Marriage? Further Studies?
  5. 5. Engineering Challenge Boss versus Mother-in-Law, The career challenge.
  6. 6. Child-Process Software versus tenderware. Project of a lifetime.
  7. 7. Finding a New Path of Wisdom Women and the unbroken tradition of knowledge
  8. 8. Sharing recipes Food Medicine Software
  9. 9. Goddess Saraswati of Knowledge, And Goddess Lakshmi of Wealth, cannot be monopolized. Women's Wisdom: Antidote to Software Industry's Poisons
  10. 10. Find a project on Sourceforge. Contribute. Invite and involve other women. Encourage the culture of sharing. Education through Contribution
  11. 11. 75% of FOSS code is now paid-for. So find a job and make a career in organizations that work with FOSS. Introduce FOSS-culture at work. Common Wealth
  12. 12. Contribute to: wikieducator.org wikijunior.org wikibooks.org . . . Make Knowledge Free for Your Children
  13. 13. Lobby against proprietary genetically-modified (GM) food Discover osdd.org and explore how you can help Start sharing ethnic-knowledge of medicines and keep it copyleft Make Food and Medicine 'Mukt' for Your Children
  14. 14. Make a Cultural Impact Share the wisdom and wealth of creativecommons.org with your family, through music, books, films, and more.
  15. 15. Stay Beautiful When you become a grandmother
  16. 16. Talk delivered by Niyam Bhushan at Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology for Women (RKGITW), Ghaziabad, U.P. on 9 April 2010. Copyright: April 2010 Niyam Bhushan. Inspired by the vision of Osho. Published under a Creative Commons License: cc-by-sa-2.5 www.slideshare.net/niyam twitter.com/niyambhushan www.niyam.com

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