Everyone should see themselves in tech

At our core, we believe that contributions from individuals of all different backgrounds, experiences, locations, and abilities makes for the best technology. Simply put, we can’t build open source solutions that change the world without you.

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Diverse contributors make for better open source communities

Contributor.Link is a new community that connects participating free and open source projects with new contributors of all experience levels and backgrounds. It will focus on bringing more diverse contributors to participating projects and encouraging those projects to create processes that will make it easier and more welcoming for all contributors to get started.

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Javiera de la Fuenta
Justin W. Flory
Máirín “Mo” Duffy
Allie DeVolder
Netha Hussain

Javiera de la Fuente

Technical Contributor

Javiera is the founder of the Al Sur del Sur Foundation, which promotes the conservation of biodiversity through open source technology. She helped ranchers in southern Chile use open source hardware and software to tend their flocks with less environmental impact.

Justin W. Flory

Communications Contributor

Justin is a creative maker and UNICEF’s Open Source Software Technical Advisor. He participates in many open source communities and has represented Fedora internationally at events and conferences. He aims to build sustainable software and communities.

Máirín “Mo” Duffy

Visual Contributor

Mo is a principal interaction designer at Red Hat. She’s always been passionate about UX because of its potential to help people—but it was a sudden life event that inspired her to work on ChRIS.

Allie DeVolder

Communications Contributor

Allie is a Principal Technical Support Engineer at Red Hat and she's a member of the Red Hat Pride Leadership Team. She open sourced her gender transition to help support others going through the process.

Netha Hussain

Technical Contributor

Netha is a medical doctor and researcher who studies the use of VR technology in measuring stroke recovery. She was named the 2020 Red Hat Women in Open Source Academic Award winner for her contributions to medicine and open technology.

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Add your image from the photo maker when posting, and use the hashtag #CodeIsOpen to share why you believe that open source can change the world.