Debian Women Weekly News - February 28th, 2005

Welcome to the this week's issue of the DWWN, the weekly newsletter for the Debian Women community. It was a very quiet week, since a lot of people were out of town. Also, it was the week of FOSDEM 2005 where the Debian Women community was very well represented.

Debian Women at FOSDEM 2005

Hanna M. Wallach gave a talk about Debian Women at FOSDEM. The talk attracted over 80 people, among which were about 15 women. The slides of the talk are available from Hanna's blog. A short summary can be found in Jill Walker's blog.

Women in Free Software

Miriam Ruiz moderated a discussion about Women in Free Software on IRC in the #linuxpreview channel. She has made slides available in Spanish.

Debian Project Leader Elections

Following up on last week's story about the Debian Project Leader Elections: Helen Faulkner and Martin Krafft will be chairing the IRC debate, during which this year's six candidates will be answering questions asked by the Debian community. Everybody is encouraged to send in suggestions.