She’s Geeky: I’m going–how about you?

I’ve been working with Kalyia Hamlin, Laurie Rae, Julie French, Mary Hodder and lots of others to help pull together an unconference called She’s Geeky that is happening Oct 22-23 at the Computer History Museum in Santa Clara, California.
For me working on this conference is both a chance to give back and do some service for the community, and to support (other) women in tech, especially the less traditional ones who may have cross-functional roles and/or feel somewhat isolated or unique.
This is a gathering for women who self-identify as geeky (as in tech geeks) and/or work in technology; the first afternoon will be workshops and panels; the full day will be an unconference.
So, please–get involved if this is of interest–it is going to be a great, diverse, friendly and vibrant day and a half.
Vital stats——
She’s Geeky (http://www.shesgeeky.org/)
A Women’s Tech (un)conference
October 22-23 in Mountain View, CA.
This event is designed to bring together women from a range of technology-focused disciplines who self identify as geeky. Our goal is to support skill exchange and learning between women working in diverse fields and to create a space for networking and to talk about issues faced by women in technology.
How to engage:
See who has signed up so far: http://shesgeeky.org/Who%20is%20Coming
Register for conference here: http://shesgeeky.org/Signup
P:ay after you sign up: Follow the prompt after you activate your account to pay via paypal – http://shesgeeky.org/pay.
Propose a topic: http://shesgeeky.org/Proposed%20Topics
FB group here: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=5010135719
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Sponsorship
We are still looking for sponsors and media sponsors. If you or your company would like to contribute, please contact us at mailto:Shesgeeky@gmail.com?subject=Sponsorship or post on the wiki.
This can be 200-5,000!..small amounts help.
This week Google came on board as a sponsor along with the Nonprofit Technology Network, Atlassian, Purple Tornado, and Citizen Agency. We have two great media sponsors so far DevChix and LinuxChix.
If you want to help/contribute in some other way you think might be useful let us know.
Also–today is link push day. If you want to support us–blog about this event today and link back to this post or to Kaylia’s post.