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OpenStack gender/diversity technical contributions analysis

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Since last OpenStack Summit in Tokyo we were wondering at Bitergia if we could mix our knowledge on Software Development Metrics and some research we had done about gender/diversity contributions in Debian long time ago. Daniel started working on it, and he submitted a talk for OpenStack Summit in Austin that got accepted!

Updated: Vídeo and slides already available..

As an early preview for the talk, here goes a brief infographic with some figures and charts:

OpenStack gender/diversity technical contributions analysis

You can find more info in Daniel’s interview for opensource.com and of course, during the talk (slides will be available on Thu. 28th). you can see his presentation slides or see the talk’s video recorded

If you are interested in getting a similar gender/diversity report for your project/community let us know. If you want to know more about how to run Software Development Analytics for your projects, this workshop is for you

Note: Sadly, we weren’t able to add the #itwasneveradress icon in the infographic.. We ♥ superheroines



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