Gender differences and bias in open source: Pull request acceptance of women versus men

RT @pepemaestre: Según este estudio, hay menos probabilidad de que acepten una contribución en GitHub si viene de una mujer. No es mal día…
Según este estudio, hay menos probabilidad de que acepten una contribución en GitHub si viene de una mujer. No es mal día para recordar que fue una precisamente una mujer, Ada Lovelace, quien realizó el primer programa de la historia. https://t.co/UZOhbgERLy
286 days ago
RT @CaptainFwiffo: @Johngcole Not far-fetched. There is good evidence that women software engineers are better than men due to survivorship…
286 days ago
RT @CaptainFwiffo: @Johngcole Not far-fetched. There is good evidence that women software engineers are better than men due to survivorship…
RT @CaptainFwiffo: @Johngcole Not far-fetched. There is good evidence that women software engineers are better than men due to survivorship…
RT @CaptainFwiffo: @Johngcole Not far-fetched. There is good evidence that women software engineers are better than men due to survivorship…
@Johngcole Not far-fetched. There is good evidence that women software engineers are better than men due to survivorship bias. My anecdotal experience supports this too. https://t.co/rTGZsDOT4u
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381 days ago
@REDACT_PSUDONYM @mirgeee Just to get you started, this is one study specific to my field that was rather interesting, examining acceptance rates in pull-requests and code reviews. https://t.co/YQ7a7LyJrI
RT @jorgeapenas: "[W]omen's acceptance rates are higher only when they are not identifiable as women" https://t.co/brXricIuTs
RT @jorgeapenas: "[W]omen's acceptance rates are higher only when they are not identifiable as women" https://t.co/brXricIuTs
RT @jorgeapenas: "[W]omen's acceptance rates are higher only when they are not identifiable as women" https://t.co/brXricIuTs
RT @jorgeapenas: "[W]omen's acceptance rates are higher only when they are not identifiable as women" https://t.co/brXricIuTs
RT @jorgeapenas: "[W]omen's acceptance rates are higher only when they are not identifiable as women" https://t.co/brXricIuTs
"[W]omen's acceptance rates are higher only when they are not identifiable as women" https://t.co/brXricIuTs
402 days ago
RT @PDSiDXB: Gender bias is real. For men and women. And is only one kind of bias. Learn how to combat it in #HardTalk https://t.co/9C7BNTM…
402 days ago
Gender bias is real. For men and women. And is only one kind of bias. Learn how to combat it in #HardTalk https://t.co/9C7BNTMPmR
RT @hare_brain: @astrokatey Women's acceptance rates to open source software tend to be higher than men's, but only if their gender is hid…
RT @jegpeek: Everyone worried about their precious tech meritocracies should read this article and drink a tall glass of STFU https://t.co/…
RT @hare_brain: @astrokatey Women's acceptance rates to open source software tend to be higher than men's, but only if their gender is hid…
RT @hare_brain: @astrokatey Women's acceptance rates to open source software tend to be higher than men's, but only if their gender is hid…
440 days ago
RT @hare_brain: @astrokatey Women's acceptance rates to open source software tend to be higher than men's, but only if their gender is hid…
RT @hare_brain: @astrokatey Women's acceptance rates to open source software tend to be higher than men's, but only if their gender is hid…
442 days ago
RT @RisaWechsler: Physicists, read up: "Although women on GitHub may be more competent overall, bias against them exists nonetheless." http…
RT @RisaWechsler: Physicists, read up: "Although women on GitHub may be more competent overall, bias against them exists nonetheless." http…