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|=== Ubuntu Women Survey 2013 ===||=== Ubuntu Women Events ===|
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|In August we launched a community survey to learn what people expected from the Ubuntu Women project and how effective we were at providing what folks were looking for.||We organize various events across the globe.
The latest Ubuntu Women events may be found at this [[Events|page]].
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|Both parts of the survey results are now online:
* [[http://blog.ubuntu-women.org/2013/09/ubuntu-women-survey-2013-results-part-1/|Ubuntu Women Survey 2013 Results: Part 1]]
* [[http://blog.ubuntu-women.org/2013/10/ubuntu-women-survey-2013-results-part-2/|Ubuntu Women Survey 2013 Results: Part 2]]
Discussion about these results and how they impact our goals during the next cycle will take place on the [[https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-women|Ubuntu Women mailing list]] and at upcoming [[Meetings]].
The Ubuntu Women Project was founded in 2006 and aims to foster Women contributors and community involvement through mentoring and inspiration. The Ubuntu Women Team has many projects with which we attempt to boost the visibility of women within all areas of Ubuntu, and we invite you to help out. Feel free to click around this wiki to discover what we do.
We welcome anyone who seeks to encourage women to use and contribute to Ubuntu to participate in this project, regardless of gender.
Ubuntu Women Events
We organize various events across the globe. The latest Ubuntu Women events may be found at this page.
Ubuntu Women Resources
Ubuntu-Women Mailing List