CHAOSS Community Survey is Open!

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A core value of CHAOSS is centering diversity, equity, and inclusion in everything we do. In order to make our community more welcoming and inclusive and continue to center DEI, we have been working with our DEI Audit team to develop a community survey. With this survey, we hope to increase our understanding of community members’ experiences within CHAOSS, and surface areas for improving our policies and practices.

We highly encourage all CHAOSS community members (past and present) to share their thoughts and experiences by completing this survey.

This survey:

  • has 14 questions in 3 sections
  • should take around 10-15 minutes to complete it
  • is completely anonymous and no personal information will be collected
  • is GDPR compliant
  • will be open until October 12

It is important to stress that this survey will remain completely anonymous. We will only share the results in an aggregated format, and high-level insights will be shared publicly by the DEI Audit Team. The results of this survey will be used to help the Audit Team develop recommendations for improving DEI within CHAOSS.

If you have ever considered yourself part of the community, we want to hear from you! You can take the survey until October 12 by following this link.

DEI Audit 2021

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The CHAOSS App Ecosystem Working Group describes a set of metrics for event organizers. The metrics are designed to support four goals that open source event organizers may have:

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It has been an amazing experience to build documentation with CHAOSS D&I Bading program during the past two months, and I am thrilled to announce that the first edition is now available as a subsection of the CHAOSS community handbook at :

https://handbook.chaoss.community/community-handbook/badging/overview

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https://handbook.chaoss.community/community-handbook/badging/overview

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