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Panel about women in Open Source and Free Software

Hosted by Barcelona Free Software

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This meetup is organised together with Women Who Code, please register in their page: https://www.meetup.com/Women-Who-Code-Barcelona/events/267780289/

Next January 23rd we’d like to invite you to our next event organized together with Barcelona Free Software (https://bcnfs.org/), focused on women in Open Source and Free Software communities and projects to bring you closer to them. We’ll get to know what gender diversity means on those projects and how any of us can get involved.

Agenda:

7:00- 7:15 pm - Start, with a drink and a snack

7:15 - 7:30 pm - Community announcements and intro about the topic

7:30 - 8:30 pm - Discussion panel with 4 women involved in open source projects

8:30 - 9pm - Networking

9pm - End

Our panelists:

  • Maddalena Falzoni aka Maddish

Founder of MaadiX, a comprehensive solution of free and open source tools in the cloud that guarantees privacy and sovereignty in the digital field. She is co-founder of Xnet since 2008.

  • Carolina Fernandez

Prototyping with network virtualisation techniques and integrating that with different technologies and perspectives in the R&D&I field within i2CAT Foundation. Collaboratively generating tools, knowledge, source and/or infrastructure that is open and free to access. Knowledge is shared across organisations, open-source community and the public as suitable.

  • Maria Comas

Building websites at a Swiss agency together with people from all over using open source platforms and frameworks like Drupal and Gatsby.

  • Noemi Stauffer

Founder of Fresh Fonts, a curated newsletter sharing new, open source typefaces and working on open source projects for clients like Google Fonts.

Moderator: Cristina Chumillas

Front-end dev at Lullabot, Drupal core Usability maintainer, co-organizer of the Drupal Admin UI Modernisation Initiative and front-end track chair for DrupalCon Europe.

Time:
Jan. 23, 2020, 8 p.m. - Jan. 23, 2020, 10 p.m.

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