[TriLUG] Dev (was Scripting) Users Group?
Fri, 14 Dec 2001 13:41:50 -0500
I agree that Trilug should help out developers. That is a primary goal when
the group was formed.
I'm all for setting up a list to enhance opensource development (on Linux of
course!). How about calling it Dev@trilug.org?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ken VanDine" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, December 14, 2001 9:34 AM
Subject: Re: [TriLUG] Scripting Users Group?
> Did I see Pike listed there... I am a huge Pike fan... I am impressed :-)
Does this mean you have used Roxen as well?
> On Fri, Dec 14, 2001 at 07:02:02AM -0500, Brent Verner wrote:
> > [2001-12-14 07:26] Tom Bryan said:
> > | On Friday 14 December 2001, Brent Verner wrote:
> > |
> > | > I believe Tom Bryan mentioned forming a python user group; search
> > | > the archive to see if my memory is completely gone or not ;-).
> > |
> > | Nope. That would be me. Java, C/C++, PL/SQL developer by day, Python
> > | by night. :-) Although I lean strongly to Python, a general
> > | Perl/PHP/Python/Ruby/Tcl/etc. group would be fun...as long as it was
> > | religious wars.
> > What! no religious wars? You mean we have to use Reason to steer
> > people in the right direction? :-)
> > | I feel that a post about a Python or Perl problem is offtopic for this
> > | unless I'm specifically writing something related to Linux. For
> > | scripting backups on my Linux box are on topic no matter what language
> > | General quastions about how to access a postgres database
> > | would be inappropriate, no matter which language I'm talking about.
> > | firstname.lastname@example.org were created, I'd join.
> > +1 : email@example.com?
> > Like you, I'm a language hack (perl,java,c,c++,objc,python,tcl,pike);
> > mostly because /(ProgrammingIs)+/. I think a general programming list
> > focused on linux programming would be a very nice addition to the
> > trilug repertoire.
> >  meaning that the membership would be free to call questions about
> > non-linux platform specific API "Offtopic".
> > | I'm not sure whether a sublist is appropriate or whether this list
> > | part of an entirely separate group. For example, if we created a
> > | firstname.lastname@example.org, would discussions of C++ programming be
> > | Certainly, how to get Perl working on a win32 box, or how to use COM
> > | Python seem to be way off topic, no matter what sublist is created.
> > | programming/software topics fit into trilug's mission?
> > Trilug currently does a good job of addressing needs of users and
> > admins of linux. ISTM that trilug should seek to accomodate
> > developers that use linux.
> > my $.02
> > b "it's waaaay too late to be sending email..." v
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