Systers Special Interests

Entrepreneurs

A sub-community of Systers, Entrepreneurs seeks to discuss questions of interest to female IT-related entrepreneurs. Sharing of experiences is encouraged in a mentor-like atmosphere in a place to connect and network as well as learn and grow.

Systers-TechTalk

Systers-TechTalk is a list where Systers can discuss purely technical topics that are not specific to women. The list is open to women who are already Systers’ members. All technical topics in computing are considered on-topic. The list exists because some Systers wanted a place where they could ask technical questions in a less antagonistic forum.

Women in Cybersecurity & Privacy

Systers-TechTalk is a list where Systers can discuss purely technical topics that are not specific to women. The list is open to women who are already Systers’ members. All technical topics in computing are considered on-topic. The list exists because some Systers wanted a place where they could ask technical questions in a less antagonistic forum.

Systers-IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force)

Systers IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) is a list for Systers involved in IETF topics — both technical and specific to women. Traffic is typically light with some discussions but mostly for organizing per meeting gatherings. The list is open to any woman interested in the IETF, whether she participates only by mail or also in person.

Systers-FOSS (Free and Open Source Software)

Systers-FOSS is a list where Systers can discuss “How to Get Started with Open Source Development”. The list is open to women who are already Systers’ members. All open source topics in computing are considered on-topic. The list exists because some Systers wanted a place where they could ask technical questions in a less antagonistic forum.

Systers-Dev (Google Summer of Code and Open Source)

Systers-Dev list is strictly for the development of our open source project which is a customized version of GNU Mailman mailing list.

Systers-Wikipedia

Systers-Wikipedia list is strictly for Female Wikipedians.

Student-ResearcHers

Student ResearcHers list is formed from the membership of Systers and ResearcHers. It seeks to include student researchers, industry and academic researchers. Sharing what type of research and opportunities in research is encouraged in a mentor-like atmosphere. It is a place to connect and network, to learn and to grow.

Systers-CommColl

Systers-CommColl is a private email forum for technical women at community colleges (students, alumnae, faculty, and staff).