+1 to what Ted wrote.
We've had some extremely heated interchanges over this, going back to
2005 (ApacheCon Stuttgart and San Diego), as far as I can recall.
I know many of us want nothing more than the ASF to be --not just perceived--
more welcoming to everyone. That, to me, feels like it's in the domain
of ComDev to drive.
On Thu, Aug 10, 2017, at 11:19, Ted Dunning wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 8:12 AM, Sally Khudairi <s...@apache.org> wrote:>>
> .... We have quite vocal ASF Members who
>> feel that we're misogynistic and not female/*-friendly. Just saying.>
> Frankly, we have members who seem to think that Apache *should* be
> organizationally misogynist. This is usually framed as "hasn't been
> proved that there is a bias" combined with "we shouldn't be doing
> anything to prove or test for bias". Occasionally statements very
> similar in flavor to Damore's are made, but with considerably less
> I think it is really unfortunate, but there (stunningly) I don't
> really see a consensus at Apache on this.