[ocaml-infra] ocaml.{be,eu,fr}

Esther Baruk esther.baruk at gmail.com
Thu Jan 9 08:35:45 GMT 2014


I don't feel that ocaml.org is men-oriented in any way. I think it is a
very neutral website.
And maybe you will be interested to know that, at the very beginning, I was
part of the new website creation, so we can assume that there is a feminine
touch in this website :-)


Esther Baruk

On Thu, Jan 9, 2014 at 12:52 AM, Florent Monnier
<monnier.florent at gmail.com>wrote:

> 2014/01/08, Ashish Agarwal wrote:
> > I also don't know what you're referring to, but please provide any
> feedback
> > on how ocaml.org can be more inclusive.
> I can provide feedback about what is difficult to understand without
> accademic background if you are willing to.
> I will not be able to provide sugestions about how to make an eventual
> ocaml website more attractive with feminine programmers.
> > I'd be opposed to using ocaml.eu and ocaml.fr specifically for
> > women-friendly OCaml websites. That would be odd, implying the OCaml
> > communities in the EU and France are more friendly to women than
> elsewhere.
> > If special content for women is justified,
> Instead of
> "If special content for women is justified"
> maybe the question is
> "If special content for men is justified"
> What is the current parity percentage?
> >                                            why wouldn't it go directly on
> > ocaml.org. We could make ocaml.org/women, just like the Debian page you
> > reference.
> We should probably ask this question to the persons who are concerned.
> Do you know some ?
> --
> Florent
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