@mcmanustom @onebrightlight @psychicteeth @karlpet_s @misterpikul @SensiHannah @shaunspalding Women's pull requests are accepted more, unless their gender is identifiable. The bias is clear.
@woodss Here's a scholarly paper showing that when people know a pull request is from a woman the chances that it's approved go down by 12% https://t.co/tYnpe2Y2W9 She's talking about a real prejudice that she faces, not attacking you personally. So maybe listen with empathy?
@H00b3n je me suis un peu perdu sur le sujet dans la nuit, ça remonte à loin effectivement. (quoi que 2 ans, en IT c'est énorme dans la vrai vie pas trop). au final je pense pas pouvoir donner plus d'info que: https://t.co/QHAfR5r1OK
"TeCh Is A MeRiToCrAcY"
"[4 those] who are outsiders to a project and their gender is identifiable, men’s acceptance rates are higher...women on GitHub may be more competent overall, bias against them exists nonetheless."
@Aidan_Power_ @histoftech @facebook @katemiltner We've data on this! https://t.co/CSLXrPs7dR
- female coders have higher acceptance rates in general
- when coders ID their gender in their profile, acceptance rates go down (for both genders, significantly worse for women)
@RalphMus @economeager @Claudia_Sahm There's shed loads. Some of it summarised in this: https://t.co/Yv2U2yjiaO Then there's this: https://t.co/1TPezLaa0z and a bunch of stuff in this: https://t.co/vM9u005HTa
@coloniis 1. This is the main one I’ve seen: https://t.co/4AYtGrJOx4
2. I suspect it does, but I’ve got no proof other than anecdotes from friends. It’s not something I’ve tried - I am who I am and I refuse to be bullied into hiding my gender.