[Techtalk] Re: [Volunteers] The Techtalk list
Tania M. Morell
tmorell at myquadrant.net
Thu Jan 10 01:23:08 EST 2002
well, if you are thinking of creating a NEW techtalk list; one that is
female only.... then how should I decide which list to post my questions
on? Crossposting is frowned upon... but I want to maximize the number of
people who see my questions. I think having more than one techtalk will be
spreading things a bit thin.
What's the big deal, anyway? I've looked at the archives and I see a
pretty even mix of male/female posts. If a woman is going to feel
intimidated about posting on techtalk because there are a couple men there,
then they may as well stay home away from the rest of the world. I can
understand feeling intimidated on a REAL male dominated list like slashdot
or others i'm a member of but techtalk? It's hare for me to beleive.
I think the real initimidation comes from not understanding the techy talk
and the level of questions and answers there and feeling like you might look
stupid by asking very newbie-type question. A newbie, wet behine the
penguin ears list might be what is needed, if anything at all.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Val Henson" <val at nmt.edu>
To: "techtalk" <techtalk at linuxchix.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2002 9:02 PM
Subject: Re: [Techtalk] Re: [Volunteers] The Techtalk list
> On Wed, Jan 09, 2002 at 08:49:22PM -0500, jfweber at bellsouth.net wrote:
> > all.. ALso I'd not like to see my husband invited off the list. THis
> > has been a place he feels comfortable asking questions .
> All right, let's squash this RIGHT NOW.
> No one is suggesting that any of the current linuxchix lists become
> female-only. The topic under discussion is the creation of an
> entirely NEW list which would be female-only. By the way, as per
> Jenn's request, please continue this thread on issues at linuxchix.org.
> Techtalk mailing list
> Techtalk at linuxchix.org
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