I am so excited to announce that I just released my first book, "How to Respond to Code of Conduct Reports." You can download it for free from my business website. The book is based on a short guide by Mary Gardiner, and edited by Annalee Flower Horne. Responding to code of conduct reports is … Continue reading What I learned writing my first non-fiction book
This post originally appeared on the Geek Feminism blog and is reposted here for posterity. We announced a generic conference anti-harassment policy a couple of weeks ago. Since then several conferences have adopted anti-harassment policies, including Linux.conf.au 2011, FSF's LibrePlanet 2011, and now all of Linux Foundation's events have an official anti-harassment / discrimination policy. … Continue reading Friendly conference update
This post originally appeared on the Geek Feminism blog and is reposted here for posterity. It's official: The example conference anti-harassment policy is out of beta and ready for prime time. This is a example anti-harassment policy suitable for most open source, computing, or technology-related conferences. It may be adopted unchanged or tweaked to suit … Continue reading Get your conference anti-harassment policy here!
This post originally appeared on the Geek Feminism blog and is reposted here for posterity. Recent events show that not everyone has the same expectations for behavior at open source conferences. If you are a conference organizer, having an explicit anti-harassment policy can help prevent unpleasant and embarrassing incidents. But writing (and advocating for) an … Continue reading RFC: Draft conference anti-harassment policy