But since we are at it, some quick notes:
1- the word "guys" is not gender specific; can be used for a group even if there are only girls in it
2- to think women get more offended than men regarding mildly sexual puns is even more sexist than telling the jokes
3- the modern way of reacting to a sexist joke is telling a better one, not playing over sensitive
4- girls complained about the jokes but if they can't deal with something soft like this how will they handle a typical Free Software flame war [1,2,3...]?
5- and yes... explaining Free Software to girls is an issue as typically they aren't interested enough to hear all that's needed to get it right (see? it's interest and patience not difficulty...); whatever comes that makes it easier is welcome... otherwise let's talk about something else :)
The reason there are not so many women on the Free Software community has nothing to do with sexism. There's few women in IT as there's few women in Engineering in general. It just means that statistically they're more interested in other things. The ones who are interested are certainly welcome as are males of different ages, colors, countries, continents, shapes, religions and sexual preferences. In fact gender is just a normal attribute of the data structure that makes our representation of a human being. Why would the community be tolerant on all other attribues and play unfair on this one? Nonsense.
Now let's get busy with the next release.
Não estou a ver nenhuma mulher portuguesa a fazer-se de donzela ofendida só porque alguém descontraidamente falou dos "gajos do Gnome" ou "gajos do KDE" numa conferência. O mais provável seria ouvir-se uma voz do público a dizer "desculpe cabe-me informá-lo de que o projecto também tem gajas". E a vida continua.