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In May 2016, the Tor project blog announced that Jacob Appelbaum was stepping down from the project. Appelbaum, who often uses the handle "ioerror", is a longtime member of the information security community and supporter
A code of conduct is a document which sets out expectations for members of a community, with regard to how they will behave toward each other. Codes of conduct which lack any one of these
1962 onwards. In June 2014, Deirdre Saoirse Moen reported that Leah Schnelbach had written a piece for Tor.com about MZB on her birthday (June 3). Saoirse Moen asked: "Why do we give MZB more
These are notes from AdaCamp DC, held in 2012 in Washington DC. As you create notes for an AdaCamp DC session, please add a link to them below!
"List of women in FLOSS" article likely out of date. Due to the Geek Feminism Wiki being in archival mode, this article is likely out of date, reflecting the state of the world circa
"List of women in Science Fiction" article likely out of date. Due to the Geek Feminism Wiki being in archival mode, this article is likely out of date, reflecting the state of the world
In 2014, serial harasser Jim Frenkel attended Wiscon 38 despite complaints about him harassing a Wiscon 37 attendee, and previous reports. The Wiscon 38 organisers reported that they did not have a systemic way to
the convention's Safety committee. On 12 July 2013 Patrick Nielsen Hayden, manager of science fiction at Tor Books, reported that James Frenkel, named as Matthiesen's harasser, was no longer employed by Tor. [1
TOR Wiki is a collaborative encyclopedia about Knights of the Old Republic I and II, and the MMORPG Star Wars - The Old Republic. Whether you're interested in learning about a character, mission objective, exploring a planet, or even sharing…