[Techtalk] Cervix Distro?
daniel.richter at wimba.com
Wed May 7 13:06:35 EST 2003
>I read somewhere about a Linux distro called Cervix, that
>was developed solely by women. I don't see much information
>about it doing a search. Did it exist? Is it still alive?
A Google search revealed this:
And that's all it revealed. I get the impression that it's one of those
projects that never really got off the ground.
As a side note, in that article, immediately following the reference to the
Cervix distribution, we see:
>On the high-traffic LinuxChix e-mail list "techtalk" -- a place for women
>(and some men) to discuss technicalities related to Linux -- gender is
>still a hotly debated topic. ...
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