Naming strategy: Women in Science & Technology

Recently I was asked for a name for a new server. Now a server dedicated to mapping is quite fittingly called "Amelia" - after Amelia Earhart, the first female pilot to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.
My naming strategy are Women in Science & Technology, and I'm if you are looking for inspiration beyond her and Ada Lovelace then here's a list to start with.

Ada Lovelace
who already gives her name to the Ada Initiative
Grace Hopper
one of the first programmers of the Harvard Mark I computer, and developer of the first compiler for a computer programming language
Florence Nightingale
for her great work as Mathematician and statistician, before she became sanitary reformer
Ursula Le Guin
Science fiction author. Her book The Dispossessed would be a good reference to opensource projects.
Barbara McClintock
Geneticists, received a Nobel prize for her discovery of jumping genes. No better way of reminding yourself and others to really look at the evidence, at each bug, instead of assuming that you know how it works
Rosalind Franklin
Critical contribution to the discovery of the molecular structure of DNA, RNA and viruses. And a reminder to give credit to others
Valentina Tereshkova
Soviet cosmonaut and first woman in space in 1963
Grete Hermann
Mathematician who did early work on quantum mechanics, born into a time when girls in Germany could only receive a higher school education in exceptions.
Mary Leakey
British paleoanthropologist who discovered the first fossilized Proconsul skull)
Marie Curie
no intro needed)
Tatjana Joƫlle van Vark
Mechanical engineer, whose hand crafted machines and artefacts are among the best and most beautiful in the world)
Lise Meitner
physist working on nuclear physics and radioactivity: