On Sexism and Gender Diversity in Tech - NodeJS

Sparked by a recent NodeJS culture conflict

For anyone who works with NodeJS extensively (or any of the popular npm packages), you might be familiar with the "Code of Conduct"s that exist in a lot of npm package repos. The Technical Steering Committee has one and similar ones can be found for Emberjs, Angular, ESLint, Babel, Gulp, Yarn, and so many other repos inside and outside the javascript ecosystem. These guidelines can spark quite a bit of hot debate not only in discussion forums but even in the GitHub issues and merge requests when trying to integrate