Take Action! Innovation Needs Diversity #OSSummit #FOSS #OpenSource
Building Diverse Communities is challenging, but the opportunities are exponential. To truly innovate in open source — we need radical change in how we build community and who we include.
Larissa Shapiro and I will be presenting ‘A Time for Action — Innovating in Open Source’ at the Open Source Summit this week. In this session, we’ll invite you to consider how innovative opportunities revealed in our research are relevant and actionable in your own projects.
- Diversity in Open Source is even worse than tech
- When the Internet Internet doesn’t speak your language (Health of the Internet Report, Mozilla)
- Neurodiversity as a competitive advantage
- Why do women in tech ‘communities’ thrive, while women in tech don’t ?
- Github Pull Request Analysis and Gender Bias
- Why Diversity Programs Fail
- Digital Inclusion — The Internet Health Report (Mozilla)
- It’s better to to avoid a toxic worker than hire a rockstar.
- Part of that World (Blog post)
- Diversity makes us smarter
- Why women don’t apply for jobs unless their 100 percent qualified.
- The Ethics of unpaid labour and OSS community
- Internet Health Report — Digital Inclusion.
- Yay Gender form (giant form of gender identity)
- Invisible Talent
- Minorities have degrees but don’t get hired
- Mid Career Survival talk
- Manufacturing the talent shortage
- Toxic Workers
- Participation, Permission and Momentum
- Acknowledging non-coding contributions
- “Leaving toxic open source communities”
- Gender Pronouns
- What sponsorship looks like
- White Paper Cost of Bullying at Work
- To succeed in Tech, women need more visibility
- I hate the term Open Source
- The Open Source Identity Crisis
- What is participation design anyway
- Meritocracy is almost as real as this unicorn
- Geek Feminism Wiki