[Chicago] ChiPy Needs your Help!

Frederick Polgardy fred at polgardy.com
Tue Jan 6 04:11:22 CET 2009

JavaScript should really be on this list as well, if not this time, then at
a later date.  I can field that also.

On Mon, Jan 5, 2009 at 1:57 PM, Brian Ray <bray at sent.com> wrote:

> On Jan 5, 2009, at 12:49 PM, Ian Bicking wrote:
>> Is this going to be too much material for one meeting?  We've been going a
>> little long on presentations, and this one seems more ambitious than most.
> I will be coming up with some strict timelines for each lightening talk.
>  Literally, we are going to stop-watch these talks.  When time is up... the
> speaker must sit down.
> The presenter can do whatever they want for the most of that time. However,
> there are a couple of questions they must answer. I will be making a list
> and sending this directly to those talking, shortly.  It may also be best to
> have each talker not use a computer.  It would be cooler to have someone
> fill out rows (one per languages) with those questions as columns and
> project this instead.  We will end up with a language comparison
> spreadsheet.
> Yeah, this will be a bit of a mess. But, it will be fun. Sure there may be
> some flames, but think we can keep these contained burns. Let's see how it
> goes. Perhaps it will be a huge mess or our best meeting yet... I am willing
> to take that chance.
> I certainly see where we can roll this into separate ChiPy meetings on two
> languages per in the future.
> Brian Ray
> PS Ruby, JAVA, and Groovy was just added to the list -> <http://chipy.org>
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