Discuss Squadbox, a tool to combat harassment: squadbox.org
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some Squadbox updates!
Hi everyone! Wanted to send some quick updates on the status of Squadbox. First - we were interviewed by Mozilla about the project, our experience in Open Leaders, and MozFest, for their Read, Write, Participate blog.Check out the post here! And if you missed our last email, here are some links to the blog posts we wrote aboutSquadboxandour experience at Mozfest. Second - we found out a couple weeks ago that our paper on the research behind Squadbox has been conditionally accepted toCHI 2018,the premier conference for Human-Computer Interaction research. We're excited about presenting there and getting to connect with more people interested in Squadbox. We look forward to sharing the final paper with you soon! Third - we are hoping to conduct some more demos of the tool with people who have experienced harassment in order to focus our development work. If you or someone you know is interested in receiving a short demo, please let us know! Best,Kaitlin And of course, some more links:ourwebsite,twitter,medium blog,github repo
Hello! I'm Lee Dohm, the Open Source Community Manager at GitHub. I help design systems, policies and procedures for GitHub's open source projects to work better with their communities, help those projects deal with abuse or harassment (or simply challenging communication) when it occurs, and give input into other teams within GitHub to design systems that hopefully lead to less of it. A friend and coworker of mine pointed me to your project. I think it is a great idea and I'd love to help where I can. Great to meet all of you!
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