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Name *

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State/Province *

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Country *

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E-mail Address *

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Age *

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I use open source software on a regular basis. *

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I am active in the open source community (ie. Bug reporting, development, open source forums, giving input on open source projects, etc.). *

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Being female causes me to feel alienated in the open source community. *

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I feel outnumbered by males in the open source community. *

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If there were more females who actively participated in the open source community, I would be more inclined to participate. *

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If the university had a group for females interested in open source and development, I would be interested. *

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I am aware of the Open Source University Meetup (OSUM, formerly ALUG) club on campus. *

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I have attended meetings with the aforementioned club and am uncomfortable with the strongly male-dominated atmosphere. *

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I am interested in learning more about open source software and/or development. *

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I have witnessed gender-based discrimination within the open source community (online, in class, in meetings, etc.). *

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My interests in open source software and development are not influenced by gender socialization. *

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I feel that women can and do make a valuable contribution to the open source community. *

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I know other females who would be interested in learning more about open source software and development. *

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I feel that the university does not do enough to encourage more females to participate in computing fields. *

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I feel that my input into OSS is overlooked when involving technical information. *

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I prefer open source software because of the community and the support it provides. *

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Indicate which of the following you have used and/or are familiar with. *

Never I've tried it Once a month Once a week Daily
Ubuntu
Fedora
OpenSUSE
OpenSolaris
Firefox
Thunderbird
Songbird
Filezilla
OpenOffice
Drupal
VirtualBox
WinSCP
GIMP
rdesktop
VNC
Cheese
Apache HTTP Server

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