The women@apache group was formed to help women become active in projects at Apache. Activities have moved to the Community Development PMC. See http://community.apache.org/ and write to dev AT community.apache (which is a public mailing list) for any questions.
women@ starting points
HOWTO Encourage Women (in Linux) - a good starting point
Some suggestions of what NotToDo
Debian Women - Debian's chartered project to "actively engage with interested women and encouraging them to become more involved with Debian."
Fedora Women - "Fedora Women aims to provide a central forum and point of support for the often under-represented side of Fedora's Community. "
KDE Women - "KDE-Women is about building a community of female KDE contributors and users."
LinuxChix - "LinuxChix is a community for women who like Linux, and for women and men who want to support women in computing."
GNOME Women - "GNOME Women is a group dedicated to providing encouragement for women to contribute to GNOME, a free and open-source Linux/Unix desktop suite."
Ubuntu-Women - "Ubuntu-Women is a team functioning under Ubuntu to provide a platform and encouragement for women to contribute to Ubuntu-Linux, a Debian based free and open-source GNU/Linux software."
Wiki starting points
Interesting starting points:
RecentChanges: see where people are currently working
WikiSandBox: feel free to change this page and experiment with editing
FindPage: search or browse the database in various ways
SyntaxReference: quick access to wiki syntax
SiteNavigation: get an overview over this site and what it contains
How to use this site
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Edit any page by pressing Edit at the top or the bottom of the page
Create a link to another page with joined capitalized words (like WikiSandBox) or with ["quoted words in brackets"]
- Search for page titles or text within pages using the search box at the top of any page
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