Mailing Lists

Dec 6th, 2008 Posted in | No Comments »

Primary communication between LinuxChix members is via email lists and include lists for developers on the Tech Talk, Programming, and Kernel Chix lists, technology and gender issue focused lists on the Grrls Only and Grrltalk lists, and a welcoming learning environment for those new to Linux on the New Chix list. The complete list of the LinuxChix mailing lists can be found on the LinuxChix site here. With the exception of Grrls Only the lists are not gender exclusive.

The Los Angeles Chix mailing list is primarily used to coordinate local meetings and area specific announcements. You can subscribe to the Los Angeles Chix list here.

Please email Sharon or Betty for more information on the Los Angeles of LinuxChix. If you are looking for a chapter in your area, the main LinuxChix site has a complete list.

    There are a number of development communities for women, specific to a number of Linux-related, Free Software and/or Open Source projects. If a women’s group doesn’t exist for a project you’re interested in, feel free to join their main development group for project-specific things, and Linuxchix for encouragement and mentoring for the problems specific to being a woman in the Free Software/Open Source community.

  • is a LinuxChix chapter for Spanish speaking women interested in Linux and open source. Their membership includes members from many countries around the world where the Spanish is the main language including, but not limited to, Spain, Colombia, Mexico, Perú, and Argentina.
  • Women in Apache Mailing List list sponsored by the Apache Software Foundation to encourage participation by women in Apache Software Foundation projects. This list is open to anyone who participates in an Apache project to discuss topics that will promote even greater participation and contributions by women. Public archives are available for this list.
  • Debian Women Project project was founded in May 2004. We seek to balance and diversify the Debian Project by actively engaging with interested women and encouraging them to become more involved with Debian.
  • GNOME Women Women is a group dedicated to providing encouragement for women to contribute to GNOME, a free and open-source Linux/Unix desktop suite.
  • UbuntuWomen is a group functioning under Ubuntu to provide a platform and encouragement for women to contribute to Ubuntu-Linux, a free and open-source GNU/Linux software.