The KDE-Women project was founded in 2001 as an international forum for women involved with or interested in KDE. It was originally intended to be a place where women could present their current contributions to KDE and where women who wished to contribute could find a starting point. That was the goal of KDE-Women then, and still is now. After a period of dormancy, the project has been relaunched in terms of a revamped website based on the new KDE design as well as fresh and updated content such as the tutorials and howto's and an article on Kontact.
In the events section you'll also find a listing of the newest events, such as the KDE Contributor's Conference 2003 currently taking place in Nove Hrady and the upcoming Informatica Feminale.
The KDE-Women are planning on adding a lot of new features and hope to find more women who want to contribute to KDE, and support the KDE-Women community. So be sure to visit the new website, and if you are a woman, feel free to join the KDE-Women community!