FTFA: "Check back for our Diversity in Open Source series, which starts August 10."
Yes, of fucking course, because the product takes second place to having enough women and minorities that are safe from microaggressions working on it.
The quote doesn't seem to support your statement. What about it makes you think they put diversity and safety from microaggressions above the product?
For every woman that claims there's some inherent "truth" that conferences need "anti-harassment policies" and "safe spaces", I'd like to be a woman that says there are plenty of women with experiences that indicate the problem isn't as bad as they say it is.
Perhaps it would help to clarify that by "safe spaces" they mean places where there is no open harassment and abuse. Like what has happened to many female developers on social media in the last year or two, for example. I don't think many people would argue that there should be law-free zones where that kind of thing is allowed.
Maybe, then, the solution is to stop treating feminism as if it's a constant problem for everyone at all times.
FTFY. Seriously, can't we even talk about this without being accused of bizarre stuff we didn't say or advocate? You seem to have assumed an awful lot just from the name of the organization.