Based on the following, I'm thinking whomever updated the
https://libreboot.org/gnu/ page has read this thread:
Community reaction, and our response
We in the libreboot project are shocked and dismayed by some of the
community's overall transphobic and sexist responses to this whole ordeal.
While many have been supportive, others have been hostile. In the first few
days since the incident, reading several message boards, mailing lists and
IRC channels, it's obvious that the topic has quickly shifted towards being
about Leah Rowe, instead of the actual issues at hand. There are calls by
some to even replace Leah Rowe as leader of the libreboot project, or to fork
the libreboot project. Her sanity was questioned by the community, while
others patronisingly say that she is going through a difficult time and is
acting emotionally. Others have said flatout that she should not have raised
these issues, or that she should have done it in a more professional manner.
Tone policing. Respectability politics at its worst.
Of course, it's true that women in society are taken far less seriously, so
when a trans woman stands up for the rights of another trans person when that
person is abused, she is considered crazy by some, and belittled by others.
It's much harder for women - especially trans women - to be taken seriously
in a community and industry that is still dominated by middle class white
cisgendered men. The community's negative reaction to this news reflects a
attitude of prejudice that is the reason a trans person was fired from the
FSF in the first place.
The libreboot project will stand firm, regardless of what peoples reactions
may be. We're not going anywhere, and the project is always expanding.
Most of all, we're disgusted with the FSF's damage control response, where
apparently all they want to do is protect their reputation, without actually
answering any of the calls against them, hoping that this issue will go away.
It will not.
I'm thankful most of the folks replying here don't work for the orgs in
question and I'm still hoping that Trisquel, GNU, and FSF come out with
public statements stating that they're working on becoming more inclusive
organizations, specifically as it relates to trans and other LGBT folks.