@x44203 that is unsurprising because women tend to understand the importance of communication and empathy which are vastly more important to a well functioning software project than individuals with super genious brains or whatever
@dankwraith Actually I think one of the most important parts is getting rid of people which make your organization / software project unappealing / who mistreat other people (especially groups of people which are less privileged under the current system).
For example recently there was a case of an a-hat owning a rather involved company in the open source FPGA scene and people who worked there came out with how they were mistreated by him and that he is a big racist and basically within days all the good people (good as in were good personally and could actually do the programming) left the company (who were still left there) and supported the individual which was hurt the most by that asshat in winning a lawsuit against him (because otherwise that asshat made some kind of contract that would forbid her from making any FPGA related stuff in the future but that was illegal, so the legal costs did get crowdsources within a few hours / days).
Now that company is a bunch of incompetent people who nobody wants to be around and all the people who know the stuff and are generally good people reformed into new structures.
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