Thanks very much Justin for the warm welcome and suggestions. We will most
definitely report back.
On this same note - we are researching ways of working that can help FOSS
projects be more collaborative in moving the needle for diversity and
inclusion in open source. Instead of each, on our own. Perhaps Fedora
Diversity team might be interested in being interviewed by our researcher?
I am thrilled to know they exist and will reach out as you suggest.
On 27 Dec 2017 1:01 PM, "Justin W. Flory" <jflory7(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 12/26/2017 06:14 PM, Emma Irwin wrote:
which takes about 6 minutes to complete.
This survey is central to a Mozilla initiative dedicated to positively
inclusion in open source and is core to our mission of supporting an
“Internet that truly puts people first, where individuals can shape
their own experience and are empowered, safe and independent.”
By participating in this voluntary survey you will help generate a new
and innovative understanding of how identity in open source community
influences our experiences - and how as an ecosystem we can work
together to improve standards
that help us understand
We will publish the anonymized, aggregated findings in a blog post on
Mozilla’s Open Innovation <https://medium.com/mozilla-open-innovation>
blog in late January, with recommendations, and an invitation to join in
this work for 2018. You can read a summary of this work so far in this
article and more detailed versions on our blog.
If you have any questions please reach out directly to Emma
Thanks very much and please do share in other areas of open source where
you think we can find diverse insights.
Hi Emma! :-) It's nice to see you here on this list.
I suggest two other lists for you to reach out to as well. The Fedora
Diversity and Arch Women mailing list are great places to share this survey.
I actually think the Fedora Diversity team has a significant interest in
the results of this survey too, once they are publicly shared. Follow-up
on the Fedora Diversity mailing list with the final blog post would be
I hope you're having a happy holiday and a soon-to-be happy new year!
Justin W. Flory