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Audrey Eschright

from Recompiler Media

Audrey Eschright is a writer, community organizer, and software developer based in Portland, OR. She publishes The Recompiler, a feminist hacker journal, and co-hosts the weekly Recompiler Podcast. She's best known for founding Calagator, an open source community calendaring platform; co-founding Open Source Bridge, an annual conference on FOSS contribution and maintenance; her opinions on labor and funding issues in FOSS communities; and a variety of creative projects spanning photography, mapping, and puppet-making.

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This workshop is an introduction to writing about identity in technology. Utilizing excerpts from The Responsible Communication Style Guide, the workshop covers how to write effectively, efficiently, and appropriately about topics tied to individuals' identities, including accessibility, gendered terms, and pronouns. It also covers how a style guide can be an effective part of the workflow when creating and promoting technology projects (including FLOSS), writing documentation, and even developing software.

Date:
2018 September 6 - 17:30
Duration:
2 h
Room:
Ballroom
Conference:
Libre Application Summit
Language:
Track:
Legal/Licensing/Community
Difficulty:
Easy