Linux grrls break free

Linux grrls break free (The Age)
Linux grrls break free (The Sydney Morning Herald)

Date: April 2nd, 2002

Spotted by: Claudine Chionh in the Age, Andrew Bennetts in the Herald

Jenn Vesperman talks to Adam Turner about the reasons LinuxChix exists, how it runs and what it focusses on.
The Melbourne chapter is advertised.

Renaissance woman gets paid to hack the Linux kernel

Renaissance woman gets paid to hack the Linux kernel (NewsForge)

Date: February 14th, 2002

Spotted by: Numerous chix

Val Henson mentions LinuxChix several times in this interview by Tina Gasperson.

Microsoft Anonymous: The 12 Steps

Microsoft Anonymous: The 12 Steps (The Sierra Times)
Microsoft Anonymous: The 12 Steps (The Claire Files)

Date: March 2002

Spotted by: Emily

Debra Ricketts and Claire Wolfe mention LinuxChix.org as a source of information when choosing a Linux distribution to replace Microsoft Windows.

Older News Mentions

Not Your Girlfriend: The next generation of women hackers are doing it for themselves (SF Gate)

Date: October 11th, 2001

Spotted by: Raven Alder

Raven Alder and Katie Bechtold were interviewed by Annalee Newitz, one of the SF Gate journalists, for a special on female hackers (both types of hacker - programmer and cracker). Part of the article discusses the techtalk mailing list.

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