tommytom makes an excellent point here, regarding the idea of Ubuntu Bug No. 2.
However i don’t think we can do this alone by greater access to the Ubuntu Community, to run Ubuntu you need a computer, to run a computer you need electricity and so on, could this be Bug #3?. I feel while access is an important part of enfranchising people to this global society, societal change across the full spectrum of human interaction is key GNU/Linux, the FSM and these forums are part of that, perhaps a template?.
Is it enough to stress the importance of women in the Ubuntu community? Or are we just stressing the importance of women who have access to computers and their role in the Ubuntu community? What else can we do to spread the ideas we all embrace?