This aims to provide a central forum and point of support for the often under-represented side of Fedora's Community.
From the site, "A large portion of the Fedora userbase is made up of women. They are often under-represented within the community, with many people not even realizing how big a share of the community they are. The Fedora Women program aims to improve that representation and to provide a forum for the women of the Fedora Community"
Good move, IMPO.
More information at following site:
- Fedora Women project wiki page
- LinuxChix is a community of women working with Linux.
- KDE-Women is about building a community of female KDE contributors and users.
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