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Presentations by Ubuntu-Women and about the Ubuntu-Women Project
[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MeetingLogs/openweekJaunty/UbuntuWomen Ubuntu Open Week - Ubuntu Women - Elizabeth Krumbach - Wed, Apr 29th, 2009]
[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MeetingLogs/openweekgutsy/UbuntuWomen Ubuntu Open Week - Ubuntu Women - Elizabeth Bevilacqua - Sat, Oct 27, 2007]
[http://www.geekosophical.net/wp-content/uploads/2007/05/uwtar.gz Ubuntu Women Talk by Melissa Draper at Ubucon - Sun, May 6, 2007]
[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MeetingLogs/openweekfeisty/women2 Ubuntu Open Week - Ubuntu Women - Melissa Draper - Thu, Apr 26, 2007]
[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MeetingLogs/openweekfeisty/women Ubuntu Open Week - Ubuntu Women - Belinda Lopez - Mon, Apr 23, 2007]
External Resources for women interested in getting involved with FLOSS
[http://women.debian.org Debian-Women] seeks to balance and diversify the Debian Project by actively engaging with interested women and encouraging them to become more involved with Debian.
[http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Women Fedora-Women] program aims to provide a forum for the women of the Fedora Community.
[http://live.gnome.org/GnomeWomen Gnome-Women] is a group dedicated to providing encouragement for women to contribute to GNOME, a free and open-source Linux/Unix desktop suite.
[http://women.kde.org/ KDE-Women] is about building a community of female KDE contributors and users.
[http://www.faqs.org/docs/Linux-HOWTO/Encourage-Women-Linux-HOWTO.html HowTo Encourage Women in Linux]
[http://www.venturebeat.com/contributors/2007/01/02/the-hidden-engineering-gender-gap/ An article] on "the hidden engineering gender gap"
General News/Articles/Interviews about/of Women in IT
[http://campus.acm.org/public/pressroom/press_releases/2_2007/turing2006.cfm First Woman to receive ACM Turning Award] - February 2007
Ubuntu Involvement Resources
Getting Things Done
Implementing the RoadMap will require a tangible set of "Next Steps." David Allen has written an excellent book, Getting Things Done, which is very useful in project planning and implementation. Here are a few resources if you do not have a copy of the book.
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Getting_Things_Done Getting Things Done on Wikipedia] a good place to start if you haven't read the book
[http://www.diyplanner.com/templates/official/hpda Hipster PDA] for those of us who like paper
[http://www.43folders.com/2004/09/08/getting-started-with-getting-things-done Getting Started with GTD] Merlin Mann's summary for geeks
[http://www.43folders.com/izero Inbox Zero] Process your inbox to zero items, and get stuff done!
[http://lifehacker.com/software/getting-things-done/ Life Hacker] another popular blog with good links and useful tips