[squeak-dev] Meeting Report for 4/21/2010

Derek O'Connell doconnel at gmail.com
Mon Apr 26 22:25:55 UTC 2010

Hi Bert, did you mean to repost last weeks mtg notes?


On 26/04/10 22:12, Bert Freudenberg wrote:
> http://squeakboard.wordpress.com/2010/04/23/meeting-report-for-4212010/
>  Last week we decided to do notes in a round-robin manner, so Bert is
> writing the report this time. Everyone except Randal was present
> (Andreas, Bert, Chris, Craig, Jecel, Juan).
> First we had some virtual champagne over the 4.1 release. Yay! Might
> need a little more publicizing though.
> Joining the SFC is still a top-priority. We received a current draft
> of the agreement. We are putting it up here [1], please have a look
> if you are interested.
> We spent some time discussing the new interest in documentation,
> which we are very excited about. To give this the proper visibility,
> we think it should be made part of the release, and also be linked
> directly from squeak.org. To arrive at a plan of action swifter than
> by week-long mailing list discussions, we suggest that the interested
> folks meet on IRC soon.
> Jecel pointed out that on the project list [2], there were few
> commercial applications listed done in Squeak. That might give the
> impression that the community was somehow opposed to commercial use,
> which couldn’t be further from the truth. So let’s add some
> commercial examples there (and if there are too many, make another
> page). Please send in links with a short description!
> Finally we want to thank Ian Trudel for taking the initiative with
> surveying [3] the community. We support the initiative, and are eager
> to see the results so we can take them into account in our future
> work.
> And remember, anyone subscribed to squeak-dev can now contact the
> Board directly at board at squeak.org thanks to magic pixy dust
> sprinkled by Ken on every one of you!
> [1]
> http://ftp.squeak.org/docs/squeak-sponsorship-agreement-apr19.pdf [2]
> http://www.squeak.org/Projects/ [3]
> http://lists.squeak.org/pipermail/squeak-dev/2010-April/149047.html
> - Bert - (for the SOBs)

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