BasicConcepts explains the terms.
Jacinta Richardson, VidAyer and A. Mani : Code Of Conduct Guidelines "This specification hopes to table inappropriate behaviour to be avoided when working alongside women and gender diverse peoples in Ubuntu/FLOSS communities. Currently there are limited resources or documentation outlining what is inappropriate behaviour".
MatthewGarrett: Code Of Conduct Dispute Resolution "The Ubuntu Code of Conduct describes the level of behaviour expected of members of the Ubuntu community. Disputes regarding interpretation of the CoC are handled by the CommunityCouncil, but currently there is no process describing the appropriate response to an alleged violation. The CoC Etiquette Guidelines is another document which tries to define certain unacceptable online behaviour in the community."
A. Mani: Basic Concepts "The purpose of this section is to help volunteers in using correct terminology and procedures for fostering an inclusive, nonsexist and non-gender discriminatory work environment in a changing world."
Geek Feminism Wikia Geek feminism is a collaborative effort by FOSS contributors and diverse kinds of feminists towards solving some of the problems of women in STEM fields. They take a somewhat practical approach to basic issues that may be faced by women in FOSS, though glossing over origin of problems reduces the effectiveness of solutions offered. The GeekFeminismWikia is still very much in development and many scenarios of the FOSS and STEM world are yet to see action in it. Guidelines on issues ranging from day-to-day sexism, combating rape culture, handling micro-aggressions, combating low participation of women in STEM fields to ones for women-friendly conferences may be found in the wikia. If you are involved in FOSS or consider yourself a competent feminist, then you should try to improve the solutions offered in the wikia and maybe contribute."
Blogs on Women's Issues in FOSS World "This page lists a number of detailed blogs on feminist issues and sexism in FOSS and STEM fields. Do add yours if you write on the issues or your experiences."