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Re: [libreoffice-conference] Ladies conference T-shirts

Hi Eliane/Katarina,

I'd be delighted to help out with the creation of a librewoman community - good female/male numerical balance is one of the best signs an inclusive environment. I also have a recruitment and social policy background, so maybe those might be useful too :)


On 26/09/15 21:33, Eliane Domingos de Sousa wrote:
Hi Katarina,

I completely agree with you.

Also, I was thinking to create the librewoman community to encourage
women to get involved in the project. :)

This year I saw some women, I was so happy with that.

See you next year.


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Em 23-09-2015 14:30, Katarina Behrens escreveu:
Hello world,

I miss ladies model of this year's conference T-shirt.

It's leaps and bounds better for marketing and promoting the project when its
members and users wear merchandise they actually look good in. And I can
hardly go around and promote LibreOffice project in a T-shirt that doesn't fit
(men's cut, too loose around waist).

LibreOffice shop [1] got it right, it actually has greater choice of ladies T-
shirts (in comparison to guys' ) :)

Something to keep in mind for next year's con ... and something that was done
very profesionally on last year's con, one of the best tech conference T-shirt
I ever had.

More reading here: [2]




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