Women in Open Source Award

At Red Hat, we believe that open source is the future of technology. With the Women in Open Source Award, we want to recognize the contributions that women are making and inspire a new generation to join the open source movement.

If you’re nominating someone other than yourself, be sure to discuss this form with the nominee. She may be able to offer additional information.

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At Red Hat, we believe that open source is the future of technology. With the Women in Open Source Award, we want to recognize the contributions that women are making and inspire a new generation to join the open source movement.

When answering these questions, please include details about the situation, the nominee’s task and action, and the results she achieved.

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At Red Hat, we believe that open source is the future of technology. With the Women in Open Source Award, we want to recognize the contributions that women are making and inspire a new generation to join the open source movement.
 Academic Award (must be a currently enrolled full-time student earning 12 credit hours or more in college or university)
 Community Award (if not enrolled in college or university)

Nominee information

  Code and programming contributions
 Quality assurance, bug triage, and other quality assurance-related contributions
 Involvement in open hardware
 System administration and infrastructure contributions
 Design, artwork, user experience (UX), and marketing
 Documentation, tutorials, and other communications
 Open content
 Community advocacy and community management
 Intellectual property advocacy and legal reform
 Open source methodology
 Project ambassador
 Other, please describe.

Nominator information (required if nominating someone other than yourself)