Diversity in tech: Open source networks have a sexism problem
from International Business Times
Open source programs run the world, from mobile apps and bitcoin to tangible products like Amazon Echo and Toyota cars. But men dominate the open source community, where supposedly anyone can contribute code. "My female friends and I are still being insulted, harassed, and groped at open source conferences," programmer Valerie Aurora wrote on the free software community LWN.net. Online forums are equally hostile.
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