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MiniDebConf Barcelona 2014
01 mar 2014
On the 15th and 16th of March, Barcelona will host a Mini DebConf with both talks and social events, to which everyone in Debian is invited but the speakers in the talks are all people who identify themselves as female. We consider this important to:

Encourage women who haven't yet given their first DebConf talk

Provide role models for women who are interested in contributing
Debunk the myth that there are not enough women who can give talks in DebConf

The idea behind the conference is not to talk about women in free software, or women in debian, but rather to make discussion about Debian subjects more inclusive for women.


We have assembled a very interesting set of talks, appealing both to newcomers and to old time Debian Developers, with well known speakers as well as speakers that will be given their first talk outside of their local LUG. It promisses to be a very exciting weekend!

The Universal OS: now making tabletop games and cookie cutters!, Elena "valhalla" Grandi
Version Tracking and Stable Release Critical Bug Squashing, Rhonda
The Earth is not flat, and other heresies, Allison Randal
Making pages turn: The physical side of F/LOSS design, Ana Isabel Carvalho
Why aren't more designers using Debian or working for Debian?, Siri Reiter
Bug triaging and bug closing, Solveig
Understanding debian packages, Miriam Ruiz
l10n/i18n workshop, Francesca Ciceri and Laura Arjona
Arriero - A tool to help you manage many packages in less time, Margarita Manterola
Non uploading DD process and a couple of tricks that saved my volunteer life, Francesca Ciceri
Newcomer experience in debian packaging, Sindhu Sundar
Bits from the local communities
Lightning talks
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Re: MiniDebConf Barcelona 2014
02 mar 2014
Acceso no permitido "403 Forbidden" en el primer enlace de la noticia.
Tratándose de un evento relacionado con tecnologías, no deberían ocurrir ¿no?.

Igualmente felicitaciones por la iniciativa.
Sindicat Terrassa