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While the Fedora Project is open to contributions from everyone, our community stands strong on pillars of mutual respect, tolerance, and encouragement. Please review the xref:project::code-of-conduct.adoc[Fedora Code of Conduct] for more information.
Want to know more about the Fedora Community and our work? Meet the Fedora Community in Maria "tatica" Leandro's https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1eHRoEps6I[Flock to Fedora 2019] video from Budapest.
A https://fedoraprojectpodcast.simplecast.com/episodes/fedora-diversity-inclusion-team[Fedora Podcast interview] also gives further insight into the purpose, objective and working process of the team. The podcast has interesting conversation between members of the D&I team and Eduard Lucena (@x3mboy).
Infographic with statistics about Fedora Women's Day since 2016. Created by Smera Goel.
What we do
We track https://pagure.io/fedora-diversity/issues[on-going work] in Pagure tickets.
Fedora Women
The https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Women[Fedora Women] team is no longer active or maintained. However, as the aims of Fedora Women and Fedora D&I team align with each other, the D&I team has taken up to organize Fedora Women's Day event, that aims to keep the goal of Fedora Women alive!
Fedora Women aims to nurture the involvement of women (cis and trans) and genderqueer people in Fedora and other Free and Open Source Software projects. In addition, this community aims to bring awareness of contributions by women/non-binary in the Fedora Project. Regardless of one's gender, Fedora Women welcomes anyone who supports women's involvement in Fedora.
Join Fedora Women community at IRC Freenode on https://webchat.freenode.net/#fedora-women[#fedora-women] channel. Subscribe to the https://lists.fedoraproject.org/admin/lists/women.lists.fedoraproject.org/[Fedora Women mailing list] for latest updates.
Fedora Diversity and Inclusion team organizes and supports a xref:events:index.adoc[variety of events] with an aim of fostering diversity and inclusion in Fedora community. Our key focuses are to engage, empower, and celebrate the contributions of women, LGBT+, BIPOC, and people with disabilities in Free and Open Source projects and communities. If you are interested in working with us to organize events in your local community, {MAILINGLIST}[send us an email]. We are always looking for new collaborators.
Demographic Survey
In 2015/2016, the D&I Team drafted a xref:survey:index.adoc[demographic survey]. This was intended to be a tool to better understand the demographics of the Fedora Community. However, due to data storage concerns and G.D.P.R., the D&I Team did not launch this survey. It is retained here for historical purposes. The team hopes our research and work may be useful for other Open Source communities and Diversity & Inclusion programmes.
Where to find Fedora D&I Team
The Fedora D&I team uses the following communication platforms:
{MAILINGLIST}[{MAILINGLIST}]
https://web.libera.chat/?channels=#fedora-diversity[#fedora-diversity] on https://libera.chat/[Libera IRC]
Matrix room
{MATRIX}[#fedora-diversity:matrix.org]
{TELEGRAM}[@fedoradiversity]