File:What did you learn in school today? An Outreachy Retrospective.pdf

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English: took part in the Outreach Program for Women as an intern in 2013, and became a mentor for the same program in 2014. This talk intends to voice my experience with the GNOME initiative, as well as my thoughts and concerns around the program as a student, a mentor, and a professional in the free software domain, and as an earnest observer of the chaos that is formally called "The Internet." With a focus on the Why, the What and the How of the Gender Gap in free software, the talk ventures answers to those, as conveyed by the OPW initiative.
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