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Presentations by Ubuntu-Women and about the Ubuntu-Women Project
External Resources for women interested in getting involved with FLOSS
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.
Fedora-Women program aims to provide a forum for the women of the Fedora Community.
Gnome-Women is a group dedicated to providing encouragement for women to contribute to GNOME, a free and open-source Linux/Unix desktop suite.
KDE-Women is about building a community of female KDE contributors and users.
PyLadies is a group of women who use and love the Python programming language.
LinuxChix is a community for women who like Linux, and for women and men who want to support women in computing.
An article on "the hidden engineering gender gap"
General News/Articles/Interviews about/of Women in IT
First Woman to receive ACM Turing 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.
Getting Things Done on Wikipedia a good place to start if you haven't read the book
Hipster PDA for those of us who like paper
Getting Started with GTD Merlin Mann's summary for geeks
Inbox Zero Process your inbox to zero items, and get stuff done!
Life Hacker another popular blog with good links and useful tips