Furthermore, I do not assume the initial behavior can be fixed by GNOME, and I furthermore think that this is not a universal "women-in-computing" problem but a society-specific problem, which should be solved in those societies which exhibit it and not through universal organizations like GNOME.
So, I guess I disagree with:
1. The claim there is a universal women-in-computing problem. There are society-wide problems. (I guess it is different between countries and even specific neighborhoods)
2. I doubt GNOME can do much to resolve the problem.
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