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[DotGNU]Reminder - Weekly DotGNU Meeting

From: Gopal V
Subject: [DotGNU]Reminder - Weekly DotGNU Meeting
Date: Sat, 21 Dec 2002 09:44:11 +0530
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DotGNU holds weekly meetings to discuss any issues
of relevance; to allow the developers to catch up
with each other; and to allow new members to ask
questions and find out how to join in.

The meetings are conducted via IRC in the channel
#dotgnu on at the following

    Saturday 1000 UTC
    Saturday 2200 UTC

The first is best for DotGNU members east of UTC
and the second is best for DotGNU members west
of UTC.  Some of the key DotGNU members attend
both meetings.

The logs of #dotgnu are always available here:

Note: the times are UTC, not GMT. If you have a Unix system,
then the command "date; date -u" will give you your current 
time in both local and UTC, allowing you do determine when 
the next meeting will occur.


This is one meet which you shouldn't miss ... We're discussing
some really crazy stuff ..

We're Starting off System.Xml week .. Next week is slated to 
getting System.Xml working and moving along with that. I'll
try to chip in and help as well. Now that the basic idea is in
place , we should be past the "Too many cooks spoiling the broth"
stage.. We would have reached Xml parsing if Rhys hadn't been 
tied up around TrollTech work ...

I really need more test cases for pnetlib as usual and stuff 
needed for System.Net (which looks like our largest blind spot).
As well as needing some more people to rock on the few bugs
to eternal sleep ...

People are encouraged to bring CSant upto NAnt compatibility with 
stuff which is missing... It's very easy, as I found out today ;-)

With C# compiler in usable condition, a C compiler in works for
some condition and so many compilers in the pipeline ... The 
question is , do we need to be able to write compilers in C# ? 

The Release Date for the next release has been moved into "after 
people wakeup from new year" or the second week of January, messing
all my plans with "This year in DotGNU" stuff ... :-( 

Last but not least, if you're someone who has looked at DotGNU
for sometime, please send your comments on the project (or any
components thereof) to Peter Minten ...

The difference between insanity and genius is measured by success

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