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Re: FOSDEM 2019
Re: FOSDEM 2019
Thu, 30 Aug 2018 20:20:37 +0200
Just to clarify, we will organize a two day Guix conference before
FOSDEM. That is pretty much in the box. We have room at ICAB, the place
we were last year.
In addition to the Guix conference there is the possibility to have a
dev-room at FOSDEM, but we need to apply for it. If the interest is as
underwhelming as it is now I think we better forget about it. These
things take effort to organize.
I think the 'minimalistic languages for big ideas' room has appeal to
a wider audience and some of our projects fit really well. Anyone
any project ideas? Or do we just forget about it? How about:
- Guile Guix build farm and Cuirass
- Sheperd (Guile)
Everyone, please think with us.
On Mon, Aug 27, 2018 at 11:23:19AM +0200, Pjotr Prins wrote:
> * Minimalistic Languages
> Every year FOSDEM allows for dev-rooms that need to appeal to a wider
> audience and do not overlap with other dev-rooms. Programming
> languages are popular and some of the large languages get their own,
> such as Python and Rust. See the devrooms section on
> Manolis and I want to submit a plan for 'Minimalistic Languages - for
> big ideas' dev-room. Good examples that fit the room are
> - mes and reproducible builds
> - Guile and Guix
> - Guile JIT
> - Lua JIT
> - Lua for scriptable projects (example?)
> Anyone anything to add to this list? More ideas is better.
> Other languages that could fit are Forth, Smalltalk, Tcl, Rebol.
> Provided they have a big idea.
> not fit the room. They probably have their own dev-rooms anyway.
> Haskell and other Lisps may fit too (if they don't get their own
> room). We think with enough good projects our dev-room will be of
> Pj & Manolis
Re: FOSDEM 2019, Nils Gillmann, 2018/08/31