We're making good progress - there were a lot of amazing women at OSCON - but there's still a long ways to - I was the only woman at the GNOME mobile meeting.
In every session I sat through I looked around and tried to imagine what the audience would look like if all the white men were asked to leave the room. It was depressing. Nothing against white men, I'm one myself, but all of the best teams I've worked on have been diverse along lots of axes.
I'm particularly sensitive to this as the the father of an asian girl, and while I'm not going to push her into technology, I don't want there to be barriers to whatever career path she chooses, and I would like her to see what a great community there can be in open source.
Maybe we need a 'bring your child to conference year'. Of course, Caden's only five, so it will be a few years before that happens, but I have been thinking about bringing Christopher to OSCON next year, I think he'd really enjoy it.