Thanks for the precisions. I would like to take this opportunity to declare my support to initiatives aiming at being more inclusive of women in GNU. I am for example quite surprised that (as far as I saw) only one or two women contributed to this discussion threat, and that their comments were simply technical. Some form of affirmative action and active outreach in the direction of women seems urgently needed here. Frederic
----- Mail original ----- De: "Ludovic Courtès" <l...@gnu.org> À: "fredomatic" <fredoma...@free.fr> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Envoyé: Jeudi 6 Février 2020 10:01:44 Objet: Re: Endorsing version 1.0 of the GNU Social Contract Hello Frederic, fredomatic <fredoma...@free.fr> skribis: > I, Frederic Y. Bois, maintainer of package GNU MCSim, endorse version > 1.0 of the GNU Social Contract, available at > <https://wiki.gnu.tools/gnu:social-contract>. Thank you for your message. As stated in the email you received, we are still on a review period until Feb. 9th, and the document may still change based on feedback. The endorsement period for this initial version of the Social Contract starts on Feb. 10th. See the timeline at: https://wiki.gnu.tools/git/gnu-tools-wiki/tree/code/sc-email.txt Please share suggestions by Feb. 9th, and let us know whether you endorse the document on Feb. 10th! Alfred M. Szmidt wrote: > You have been mislead, the website you are refering to is unaffiliated > with the GNU project, and does not represent the GNU project. The web site at <https://wiki.gnu.tools> is managed by GNU maintainers for use as a tool for all GNU maintainers (it has not yet been possible to host it at gnu.org but that’s where it should be and we are working on it). Thanks for your feedback, Frederic! Ludo’.