ACTIVITIES, HOME!

Ladies that FOSS

First time I heard about Ladies that FOSS was at FOSDEM 2016. I was helping with Wikimedia Infobooth when i meet Julia and Lucie, 2 of the organizers of the event. After a quick chat with Julia  we realized that both of us were working on the gender gap issues, so she introduced me with Ladies that FOSS project that they were planning to host on October 2016.

This project aimed primarily at women who want to join a Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) project but don’t know where to start.

Only 11% of people in FOSS are women or identify as nonbinary, agender or genderfluid.

“Ladies that FOSS” emphatically welcomes people of all gender identities and aims to give women and gender minorities a special platform to develop their skills.

WMDE’s software development department, believe that this number should be higher, and that there are plenty of FOSS projects looking for women coders. There are plenty of women coders who are looking to get involved and code FOSS. Ladies that FOSS wants also to help bring those two together. They match FOSS projects with women interested in FOSS.

Continue reading “Ladies that FOSS”

ACTIVITIES, HOME!

33C3: Works for me

After 2 years of trying to participate in CCC, I finally made it, at the 33rd edition! This year everything started when my friend from FSFE, Erik, invited me to have a talk about Wikidata at the FSFE assembly happening there. So this was my chance to finally make it to CCC. And with my friend Jan,  we applied for another talk on gender diversity in free software.

Finished my slides, both talks accepted

Financial support request at Wikimedia Foundation: accepted

Got the ticket

..and BOOM, 33C3 here i come!

Continue reading “33C3: Works for me”