Dear Marina, LibreOffice is a community that I am very happy to be in. I didn't felt any positive or negative discrimination in this communitiy. (That's exactly what I expected.) And I have never read or heard such a story. Nevertheless it is good idea to write the rules. But i do not think people are investigating the behavior of the community before they are included in the libreoffice project. I think they can understand and decide after joining the community. We know that there are few women who are interested in the LibreOffice project. The guidelines are clear enough for me to be involved in the project. ( but i think some easyhacks are not easy :D ) Code reviewers are kind and hepfull. Someone who has read a guide and has been able to join the project will not need much help. Being able to discover women who have not yet decided what they want to do will increase our count.
If it is appropriate for you, i have an idea. We can quickly reach our friends in our own circle. every LibreLady should try to get a new LibreLady. ( I like that name :) ) But not only add our groups, whatever our role in the community, we must work to advance them in this direction. Then we can ask them to do the same thing. To apply this method, we should believe that is a real problem. If it is(I believe it is not.), we will have to leave our ego in a corner.:) We have to sacrifice our very precious leisure time. It's very easy to write but hard to implement. If we struggle untill the Rome there will be concrete things we can talk about. Thanks -- Gülşah Köse about.me/gulsahkose * <http://about.me/gulsahkose>* -- To unsubscribe e-mail to: libreladies+unsubscr...@documentfoundation.org Problems? http://www.libreoffice.org/get-help/mailing-lists/how-to-unsubscribe/ Posting guidelines + more: http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Netiquette List archive: http://listarchives.documentfoundation.org/www/libreladies/ All messages sent to this list will be publicly archived and cannot be deleted