On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 9:09 PM, William A Rowe Jr <wr...@rowe-clan.net> wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 8:10 AM, Kevin A. McGrail
> <kevin.mcgr...@mcgrail.com> wrote:
>> <rant>
>> And after the moron at Google decided girls should only get Barbie dolls, 
>> I'll personally pay for a batch that says Code Like a Girl. Myrle if you 
>> have ideas of something pithier that is broader, I am game.  Compute Like a 
>> Girl?
> FWIW, a computer (computationalist) was a stereotype that there were
> many smart people who could not engineer, but could perform
> calculations. I don't think you want to go there.
> This is the oldest reference I find to "Code Like a Girl" -
> http://melitamihaljevic.blogspot.com/ blog title. Someone else can
> continue the crawl prior back before 2011, or simply ask :)

I'm back in 2006 and continuing to time travel...

Anyways, I don't see a reason to logo-ize this with an ASF feather.
I do see a reason to borrow such a tag line for a specific inclusive
initiative, as the ASF welcomes any good code and productive
dev- dialog from anyone at all.

I'm thinking of running a batch of "Hack Like a Girl" ribbons for the
next PenguiCon, handing them out to everyone who who is proud
to wear one. (A number of conventions have a very broad ribbon
culture, beyond the speaker/sponsor/staff default choices.)

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