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Debian Women. Debian Women - The People Involved. LinuxChix - Be Polite. Be Helpful. Womoz - Women & Mozilla. : Girls In Tech : Gitparis. JDuchess - Java women community. PyLadies - Python women comunity. Systers - Institute for Women and Technology. It’s important to know that you are not alone.

Systers - Institute for Women and Technology

Systers is a forum for all women involved in the technical aspects of computing. The list has over 4,000 members from at least 54 countries around the world. We welcome the participation of women technologists of all ages and at any stage of their studies or careers. Systers Wiki. Systers is an international community of 3,000 women involved in technical-computing founded by Anita Borg in 1987 as a small electronic mailing list for women in “systems”.

Systers Wiki

Today, Systers broadly promotes the interests of women in the computing and technology fields. Anita created Systers to “increase the number of women in computer science and make the environments in which women work more conducive to their continued participation in the field.” The Systers community serves this purpose by providing women a private space to seek advice from their peers, and discuss the challenges they share as women technologist.

Please create an account to make wiki contributions. You can read about the dokuwiki syntax here: Getting Started with Open Source Development Robin Jeffries Gloria W Jen Redman Terri Oda and I'm sure there are many others. Because of their drive to introduce Systers to open source projects, communities and technologies, we are honored that we continue their work. CyberMentor. CyberMentor ist ein Mentoring-Programm für Mädchen und Frauen, die sich für MINT ( athematik, nformatik, aturwissenschaften und echnik) interessieren oder neugierig darauf sind, den MINT-Bereich auf eine spannende Art und Weise zu erleben. CyberMentor ist ein "Komm, mach MINT. " ChicasLinux - Porque sí. TechNixen.net - Frauen in der Computertechnik. GNOME Women. GNOME Women is a group dedicated to providing encouragement for women to contribute to GNOME, a free and open-source GNU/Linux and Unix desktop suite.

GNOME Women

IRC Channel Our IRC channel is #gnome-women on irc.gnome.org . It's easy to connect to IRC, and you can learn all about the use of IRC in GNOME and the different applications you can use to connect. Mailing List The mailing list is our main communication channel. Ubuntu Women - Home. Ubuntu Women at UDS-N - Vimeo. Ladies Learning Code. Greenlight for girls - Home. Girls Go Geek… Again! Computer science has always been a male-dominated field, right?

Girls Go Geek… Again!

Wrong. In 1987, 42% of the software developers in America were women. And 34% of the systems analysts in America were women. Women had started to flock to computer science in the mid-1960s, during the early days of computing, when men were already dominating other technical professions but had yet to dominate the world of computing. For about two decades, the percentages of women who earned Computer Science degrees rose steadily, peaking at 37% in 1984. In fact, for a hot second back in the mid-sixties, computer programming was actually portrayed as women’s work by the mass media. Don't worry, ladies. There were many reasons for the unusual influx of women into computer science. And then the women left. Why do we care about a long-gone moment in early computing history when the presence of women was unexceptional? Because it looks like women are now returning to computer science. Table 1. Go geek with us. The Computer Boys Take Over. 2011-04-05_JHU. April, Groupe de travail « Diversité »

Contexte Ce groupe interne, créé en janvier 2008, travaille à la diversité des membres de l'April.

April, Groupe de travail « Diversité »

Le groupe de travail diversité de l'April vise à promouvoir l'accueil de toutes les différences dans le monde du Libre. Si le constat révèle une certaine homogénéité des profils (hommes, blancs, éduqués, informaticiens...), tout le monde est concerné par la liberté et chacun peut trouver sa place. Les valeurs du libre, l'ouverture des logiciels et la disponibilité de l'information portent un universalisme qui a vocation à être approprié par tous. Ainsi, plutôt que de se focaliser sur le constat d'un manque de diversité, et alors que tout le monde s'accorde pour dire que favoriser la diversité c'est faire la place à des expériences et des points de vue différents, source d'enrichissement pour tous, le groupe de travail diversité se donne pour mission de promouvoir la diversité dans le monde du Libre afin de faciliter l'accueil d'un public aux profils variés.

Voir la charte du groupe. Contacts. Girl Geek Dinners.