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Hi Mark, I’m writing to you as a woman who has been involved in Linux and open source for more than 15 years, and who has been very involved in discussions around women in open source of late; I recently keynoted OSCON and Atlanta Linux Fest on the subject, and I also run the Geek Feminism wiki ( and blog (https://geekfeminism.org/). Another conference, another sexist comment in a keynote speech by a leader in the open source community. I just sent the following to Mark Shuttleworth, founder and leader of the Ubuntu Linux project.
The rear camera is also equipped with special sensors and a Largan lens.In addition, he is also General Manager across the whole Canonical business.Before joining Canonical, Anand held several leadership positions at Microsoft Corp and helped launch and build several successful businesses both at Microsoft and in the startup world prior to that.Ubuntu on smartphones uses “edge interactions” and “Scopes”, which Canonical describes as a “reinvention of the mobile user interface”.They present a new way to access services such as music, social, Web and photos directly on the home screen.“The launch of the first Ubuntu smartphones is a significant milestone.
The new experience we deliver for users, as well as the opportunities for differentiation for manufacturers and operators, are a compelling and much-needed change from what is available today,” said Canonical CEO Jane Silber.
Her areas of interest range from energy and mining to financial services and telecommunication.
When she is not poring over annual reports, Lisa can usually be found pottering about the kitchen.
Rather, it will be available across Europe from through a series of “flash sales” in the coming weeks.
Described as the “perfect balance between price and specifications”, the phone, called the Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu Edition, will retail for €169,90 (about R2 200 at the time of writing).
We have seen numerous high profile incidents where men have made remarks in conference presentations which have dismissed, marginalised, or upset women; we’ve seen an increase in discussion on blogs, mailing lists, and twitter/identica; many conferences have invited speakers (including myself) to keynote on the subject of inclusivity and diversity; and a number of efforts towards recruiting and supporting a more diverse open source community have been launched.