[tor-project] Proposal for the people page: Pronouns

Damian Johnson atagar at torproject.org
Fri May 18 23:32:12 UTC 2018

Hi Matt. My only concern (as the maintainer of that page) is that it
doesn't get cluttered. If folks would find pronouns useful, someone leads
the effort to get 'em all, and comes up with a tasteful way of displaying
them then feel free!

Are there any options folks will want besides: he, her, or they? If it's a
narrow enumeration like that then I wonder if we can do something iconic
(with the Twitter and gpg links).

Cheers! -Damian

On Fri, May 18, 2018, 4:10 PM Matthew Finkel <matthew.finkel at gmail.com>

> On Fri, May 18, 2018 at 02:32:17PM -0500, Taylor Yu wrote:
> > On 05/17/2018 10:31 AM, Tom Ritter wrote:
> > > There's a lot of us and many folks (or maybe just me) haven't met most
> > > people or are otherwise unsure about pronouns.
> > >
> > > Put them on the people page? Good idea? Bad idea? Too public?
> >
> > Thanks for suggesting this!
> >
> > I am in favor of displaying pronouns on the people page.  I also think
> > it's very important to make it obvious that they're optional.  I would
> > encourage cisgender people to display their pronouns if they feel
> > comfortable doing so, because that helps to normalize the practice.
> I agree. All the information on the people page is currently optional
> anyway (including being listed, at all), so adding another piece of
> optional information like this shouldn't be a problem.
> I'm in favor of adding this. It is especially useful for new community
> members, in addition to long-time contributors who simply haven't had
> the opportunity of meeting everyone.
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