Another post-FOSDEM post
It was published on the WoMoz Blog by community member Julia Buchner (WoMoz & Frenchmoz). I'm adding it to Planet Mozilla as a follow-up of the earlier posts covering this topic, since the WoMoz blog is not - yet - aggregated there.
So without further ado, here comes Julia's post:
Last week-end I went to the ULB of Bruxelles for the 10th edition of FOSDEM (Free and Open Source Software Developers European Meeting). For this event which grouped more than 200 lectures, Women & Mozilla was present with the many members from the Mozilla community. In the WoMoz program, 2 workgroup sessions Saturday and Sunday morning, with a lightning talk on Sunday afternoon. During these 2 days, we were able to meet WoMoz contributors as well as members from other floss projects.
The workgroup sessions has helped us to establish a 2010 roadmap for the project. We agreed that Womoz’s action should firstly be divided into two categories:
- internal actions: correspond to a diagnosis and analysis of the communities, as well as an improvement of the visibility of women contributors in Mozilla
- external actions: it will be a question of creating tools in order to modify the vision that the “general public” has of FLOSS and Mozilla projects.
You can find the complete notes from these sessions and the 2010 Roadmap on the wiki:
During 15 min on Sunday evening, Delphine Lebédel (Mozilla) and Alix Cazenave (in charge of public affairs in APRIL and Free Software advocate) spoke in the Mozilla DevRoom about the project.
You may find the original article here: http://www.womoz.org/blog/?p=287
Photo credit: Flore Allemandou