Women are underrepresented in the IT sector. But the situation in FLOSS (free, libre, open source software) development is really extreme in this respect: past publications and studies show a female participation of around 2% to 5% and have shed some light into this problem. In this paper, we give an update the state of knowledge tot he current situation of gender in FLOSS, by analyzing the results of surveying more than 2,000 contributors to FLOSS projects in 2013, of which more than 200 were women. Our ﬁndings conﬁrm that women enter the FLOSS community later than men, do primarily other tasks than coding, participate less if they have children, and have slightly diﬀerent reasons to enter (and to stay in) the development communities they join. However, we also ﬁnd evidence that women are joiningFLOSS projects in higher numbers in recent years, and that the share of women devoting few hours per week to FLOSS and full-time dedication is higher than for men. All in all, comparing our results with the ones from the 2000s, the context of participation of women in FLOSS has not changed much.