These researchers found that women’s coding suggestions was accepted 71.8% of the time when their gender was kept a secret, but only 62.5% of the time when their gender was revealed (Editorial).
Gender Bias in Open Source
Ryan Cohane

Is there similar data on accepting coding suggestions from men?

I.e. Is there a correlation between a name and other info about a user being available and their commits accepted (as e.g. real geeks not using their real names).

3% of females in Open Source probably explains why we don’t have many high-flying female developers – not enough geeks among girls.

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