I get the use of the information in the link, but I never understood why people need to mix gender issues with technology. Ironically, doing so is SEXIST, as it serves no purpose but to further an agenda.
What exactly is "feminist tech"? What makes technology either feminist or MRA? Machines have no gender. Nor does the machine care about the users gender.
Which begs the question. Since machines have no gender. When the singularity comes:
How will the movement of genderless but sentient beings be called? ARA (Android Rights Activist) or Andronist? Maybe GRA (Genderless Rights Activist) or GRM (Genderless Rights Movement).
I'm sorry for the rant, but I still remember gamergate.
The article was pretty good. It covered a lot of ground.
I didn't get any "feminist" feel from it. It was simply factual from what I read, though I did skim.
I don't know what they actually publish though. That may be another matter. But the article itself was a solid piece.
I'd certainly pass the link on to anyone asking about publishing.
There's a thread on feminism in the Basement forum
. That's a better place to discuss things like "feminist tech". From the article, "feminist tech publication" is merely "feminist" + "tech publication" from what I can see there. i.e. A tech publication from a feminist perspective, and not "feminist technology", which simply doesn't make much sense.
Regarding the actual tech side of the article, I'm not a fan of Google Docs, but it is an easy & cheap option. But she never gets into platforms much. It's all business.