Ubuntu Women UDS-O Goals

Registered by Elizabeth K. Joseph on 2011-04-07

These ongoing initiatives support the project goal to continue fostering Women contributors and community involvement. The Ubuntu Women Project goals for this cycle will include but not limited to increasing both online (forums, mailing list, and IRC, wiki's etc) and offline (Fests, Conferences, BarCamps, Hackfests, LoCo Teams, etc) Community involvement to boost the visibility of women within all areas of Ubuntu and by extension open source communities. These goals once completed will be one more step in the direction of increasing diversity within the Ubuntu Project.

Blueprint information

Status:
Not started
Approver:
Jono Bacon
Priority:
Undefined
Drafter:
Elizabeth K. Joseph
Direction:
Needs approval
Assignee:
Elected Leaders of the Ubuntu Women Project
Definition:
New
Series goal:
None
Implementation:
Unknown
Milestone target:
None

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Sprints

Whiteboard

Action items:

[akgraner,nigelbabu] Review feedback emails above and start putting it into a framework/structure of our own: POSTPONED
[hypatia] do outreach to UW members with template like dholbach's: POSTPONED
[hypatia] outreach to other mentoring programs such as InfoSecMentors: POSTPONED
[hypatia] reach out to the railsbridge / pystar communities about HOWTO's for running "women and friends" type events: POSTPONED
[hypatia] look into building a curriculum (http://pystar.org/ and http://railsbridge.org/): POSTPONED
[lyz] Start creating "Best Practices" document at wiki.ubuntu-women.org/BestPractices for LoCo teams to help attract a more diverse crowd: DONE
[maco.m] Contact Jono in July when ready for election to handle condorcet voting: DONE
[lyz] Follow up with team for patches on the wiki: DONE
[lyz] Work with IS to get theme installed as Default: INPROGRESS
[lyz] Officially change www to point to wiki: POSTPNED

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Work Items