Episode 7

Paul Jones and The Myth of Population Quotas


October 1st, 2018

1 hr 5 mins 34 secs

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We open the show with a short discussion of the myth of the patriarchy and industry quotas. We then jump into an interview with Paul M. Jones. He is an internataionally recognized expert in the PHP programming language and a strong voice in oppoisition to the Contributors Covenant Code of Conduct. If you are looking for a passionate and engaging look at politics with a side order of not taking ourselves to seriously you are gonna love The Schmidt Show.

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Episode Links

  • Paul M. Jones — The website of this weeks guest.
  • SJW Attack Survival Guide — This survival guide is intended for the use of the individual who finds himself under attack by Social Justice Warriors for standing up against them and their ever-mutating Narrative.
  • Contributor Covenant: A Code of Conduct for Open Source Projects — Open Source has always been a foundation of the Internet, and with the advent of social open source networks this is more true than ever. But free, libre, and open source projects suffer from a startling lack of diversity, with dramatically low representation by women, people of color, and other marginalized populations.
  • Gramscian damage | Armed and Dangerous — This is the link my guest talked about today.