Wed Dec 31 06:51:17 CET 2003
"Andrew Dalke" <adalke at mindspring.com> writes:
> Suppose it takes 15 minutes for Christian to write up an idea.
> Suppose it then starts a thread, and he spends another 45 minutes
> on that thread to get his point across. And suppose it goes nowhere.
> (As he says, that's the usual case. It's easy to talk, hard to do.)
> Then that's an hour which could have been spent on more productive
There could be a wiki page somewhere with a list of interesting
project suggestions. I'd put stuff there. I can think of all kinds
of cool programs that I'd like for other people to write ;-).
> Are you going to the Python conference? That's a great way to
> talk with a lot of people and get ideas for projects. (And they
> too have their own way to convert sugar into artificial sweetners.)
Nah, too expensive, I may go to CodeCon.
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