[UbuntuWomen] Some will never learn...

Joel Bryan Juliano joelbryan.juliano at gmail.com
Sun Apr 1 01:43:02 BST 2007


On 4/1/07, Anna Buttfield <anna.buttfield at gmail.com> wrote:

Sometimes it just feels like the geekier corners of the internet are
> treehouses filled with little boys and a "no girls" sign on the door.
> You could maybe force your way in by pretending to be a boy, or
> getting their mothers involved, but it doesn't really seem worth
> getting inside.
>
> Maybe all we can do it leave them to their little treehouses, and keep
> building our own clubhouses with our own rules.  The state of play in
> the geek/tech world is really depressing sometimes, though.
>
>
I think what is happening is clearly similar to spam and adware found in the
trusted sites in the Internet, like when visiting a site that you trust then
suddenly, it require you to install an adware. This kind of situation is not
pretty, and should not be tolerated.

I think this problem needs to be solved for the benefit of the community.

As with any bug reports, the success of it being squashed is determined
based on the choices the community make.
Some people react and some people respond.. Sometimes they play hand in
hand, but sometimes, optimistic people who respond to the problem get it
done.

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