This is a list of projects and tasks that members of the Debian Women community are currently working on, or plan to work on in the near future. If you are interested in helping out with any of this, please contact us and we will put you in touch with the people who are already involved in that area.
Modernize the contents of women.debian.org:
send your profile for the profiles page!
- create a section with document/material from past events: slides and link to videos of talks held by Debian Women members
- create a News section
Translate the Debian Women wiki pages (check the translation in progress page)
- Translate the Debian Women website
Collect data and statistics about women participation in Debian (as contributors) and create statistics on men and women presence in Debian (as contributors) in order to do a comparative analysis. Marga has done the first, important, step creating a statistic about female DDs/DMs.
Reorganizing Courses2005/* pages (i was thinkin to make a Courses/ page that include all of it, and also Courses2005/BuildingWithoutHelper - removing the Courses2005 part -, is it ok for you? skizzhg)
-- FrancescaCiceri 2010-11-02 13:04:10 what about create a CategoryCourses to put all courses in? It can be useful for other courses/tutorial of the whole wiki.
This is a list of tutorials we'd like to see happen:
- Library packaging (perhaps something to accompany Junichi's written tutorial or based on it?)
- Python / PyGTK (Lars will be giving this at some point)
- Buildd "stuff" eg, interpreting logs, filing bugs about FTBFS' (vorlon has offered to take care of this one)
I (Erinn) think it would be interesting to interview various people in the Debian project, especially those that are part of a team, about what all is involved in the work they do.
Ideally it would illustrate the internal processes teams go through, organizational structures, how to get involved, and whatever else comes to light. I suppose that potentially it'd give people an idea of where to start, what they'd be qualified to do, and possibly give people in other teams some ideas that would contribute to their own efficiency.
- A Release Manager (vorlon?)
- Someone from the kernel team (trave11er? )
- Someone from the GNOME team (jordi?)
- Someone from the KDE team (dato?)
- Someone from the FTPMaster team (neuro loves publicity)
- dpkg and apt hackers (Keybuk and mdz?)
- X Strike Force (gravity would probably be interested)
- debbugs (aj?)
- ... etc.