Following the next Debian-Women sexist discussion, related to the importance of women in computer science, Michael Norwick pasted a list of remarkable women in computer science. I knew many of them, but I liked to have them together. Thanks Michael!
Nous vivons une époque en accélération, sous l'emprise du déploiement impressionnant des technologies de communication et d'information (TIC) dont les répercussions s'étendent aux sphères sociales, économiques, politiques et culturelles. Partout dans le monde, l'inégalité d'accès ainsi que le faible taux de participation et de contrôle des TIC par les femmes sont flagrants.
Are there "easy ways to attract women to free software projects"? I research this problem for years now, and I have not found and "easy solution". Not only this, but the advises the author provides do not match with the reality. I would even say, by quoting FLOSSPOLS and val Henson's guide on How to attract women in Linux, he has invented his home-made solutions.
I am proud to announce my latest article Feminist Media Coverage of the Social Forums that got published in the Gender and Development magazine vol.15, No.3, November 2007 by Oxfam GB. To access the full text of the publication, please visit Feminist media coverage of the Social Forum. Visit the Gender & Development Magazine to find more and interesting articles related to women and media.