[Baypiggies] April agenda?
dyoo at hkn.eecs.berkeley.edu
Sat Apr 8 03:01:45 CEST 2006
> OK then. Let's do it! Does anyone think it's a bad idea? Speak up
> So, what's the process?
> 1. Set a date for a few months in advance.
> 2. Decide who will be the panelists. How many from each language?
> 3. Invite the local Ruby and Perl Users' Groups.
> 4. Invent a list of common tasks and idioms to use as
Would this be something, though, that could be handled in a mailing list
setting? Not that I don't like personal human-to-human contact, mind you.
*grin* But I haven't heard anything here that wouldn't preclude some
pre-discussion on a mailing list.
Unfortunately, I probably won't be in the area when this all happens, and
I'm still a budding PLT Scheme newbie, but if I could contribute something
from the PLT Scheme point of view, I'd be happy to offer that perspective.
(It would probably help motivate me to learn the system more thoroughly,
too. *grin*) So some kind of remote participation in this would be nice.
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