Seattle.rb meeting tonight (4/31) at 7PM PST

I’m posting this here just in case anyone’s in the greater Seattle
area (close enough to drive/bus/boat in for a meeting).

The Seattle Ruby Brigade will be meeting tonight (4/31) at 7PM in the
Omni development offices (see www.zenspider.com/Seattle.rb for more
info and directions). There will be presentations about Ruby2C and
r43 (a library implementing the 43 Things web services API). We’ll
also be doing a hands-on advanced Rails demo (we’ll be
building/extending a cemetary directory application.

If you’re around, we’d love to see you there.

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thanks,
-pate

ParseTree is a little brown stinky ferret that digs down a hole and
violently rips the AST away from the warm bosom of ruby. In other
words, we cheat, they don’t.

In article <6fd0654b05033107136defe62a@mail.gmail.com>,

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pat eyler <pat.eyler@gmail.com> wrote:

We'll
also be doing a hands-on advanced Rails demo (we'll be
building/extending a cemetary directory application.

Sounds like this project was DOA :wink:

Phil

I'm posting this here just in case anyone's in the greater Seattle
area (close enough to drive/bus/boat in for a meeting).

The Seattle Ruby Brigade will be meeting tonight (4/31) at 7PM in the
Omni development offices (see www.zenspider.com/Seattle.rb for more
info and directions). There will be presentations about Ruby2C and

Not so much about Ruby2C as about our metaruby progress.

r43 (a library implementing the 43 Things web services API). We'll
also be doing a hands-on advanced Rails demo (we'll be
building/extending a cemetary directory application.

Also, there is a very good chance that we'll get Chad Fowler at the meeting, so we really should discuss our ruby hackfest grant for rubygems with him and get things solidified. He has even hinted that he might "find himself in seattle" when our hackfest goes down. That would rule.

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On Mar 31, 2005, at 7:13 AM, pat eyler wrote:

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ryand-ruby@zenspider.com - Seattle.rb - http://www.zenspider.com/seattle.rb
http://blog.zenspider.com/ - http://rubyforge.org/projects/ruby2c

Seattle.rb meeting tonight (4/31) at 7PM PST

..............................^^^^

What calendar system do you folks use in Seattle?

(Sorry ... I couldn't resist)

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--
Lloyd Zusman
ljz@asfast.com
God bless you.

In article <6fd0654b05033107136defe62a@mail.gmail.com>,
>We'll
>also be doing a hands-on advanced Rails demo (we'll be
>building/extending a cemetary directory application.
>
Sounds like this project was DOA :wink:

EWWWWW

Actually, I hope that this will be somewhat useful. the GenWeb
project has been doing cemetary surveys for a while, but they don't
have a good way of storing/searching the information. (They just dump
their data into text files that are stored willy-nilly all over the
'Net.) This app will store the transcription of the headstone, an
optional picture, and some metadata; allow searching within or among
cemetaries by name, date, geography, etc.; and provide a convenient
data entry interface. (We'll see how much gets done during the
meeting.)

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On Fri, 1 Apr 2005 02:19:45 +0900, Phil Tomson <ptkwt@aracnet.com> wrote:

pat eyler <pat.eyler@gmail.com> wrote:

Phil

--
thanks,
-pate
-------------------------
ParseTree is a little brown stinky ferret that digs down a hole and
violently rips the AST away from the warm bosom of ruby. In other
words, we cheat, they don't.

> Seattle.rb meeting tonight (4/31) at 7PM PST
..............................^^^^

What calendar system do you folks use in Seattle?

Hey! We're on Internet time up here buddy. ;^)

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On Fri, 1 Apr 2005 08:42:11 +0900, Lloyd Zusman <ljz@asfast.com> wrote:

(Sorry ... I couldn't resist)

--
Lloyd Zusman
ljz@asfast.com
God bless you.

--
thanks,
-pate
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ParseTree is a little brown stinky ferret that digs down a hole and
violently rips the AST away from the warm bosom of ruby. In other
words, we cheat, they don't.