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A lightbulb, slowly burning out in the dark, a hand reaching out to touch it.
Issue 25 by Anonymous Author on August 11th, 2015
Despite our mythologies of open source as a flat, accessible, democratic model for software development, the way we lead our open source groups consistently proves otherwise.
Interior of a chronograph.
Issue 21 by Coraline Ada Ehmke on May 19th, 2015
Is it enough to be measured by the quality of our code alone?
A pile of golden, generic tokens.
Mental Illness and Disability by Aurynn Shaw on August 11th, 2014
Forcing people to live in fear shows nothing but a cruel disregard of their lives.
The top of an entryway reading 'Linus Torvalds Auditorium'.
Open Source by Naomi Slater on July 21st, 2014
As the diversity in tech movement gains traction, open source faces an identity crisis.
People at a cocktail party.
Abuse by Anonymous Author on April 28th, 2014
What does it mean to have success socializing at hot-ticket events if you can't get past the front door of them?
A group of five young men, posing awkwardly in front of a small backyard swimming pool. All are wearing collared shirts. One man wears a professor style blazer, with elbow patches, another has a Patagonia fleece vest.
Mythology by Shanley Kane on March 17th, 2014
They work together in concert, and in practice, function to exclude and marginalize minorities in tech.