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Bernat Romagosa
Hi list!

I was talking to my friend Juan Miguel Mora, former Django and Seaside user who's recently started using Iliad, and we agree it's a bit surprising the framework is not more widely used, taking in account how easier it is to build apps with it compared to most other server-side frameworks.

Thinking of ways to promote the framework, he thought it'd be a good idea if someone was interviewed by Randall Schwartz in FLOSSWeekly. Considering he is an avid smalltalker, I think he wouldn't have any objection.

Is anyone interested? Here's what we have to do to suggest an interview:

[[[ Have a suggestion for FLOSS Weekly (http://twit.tv/floss)? Have the person to be interviewed (usually the project lead) email [hidden email] (note, that's email, not facebook chat, twitter, or post-it notes. PLEASE DON'T JUST SUGGEST A PROJECT, unless you want it to be pushed down indefinitely! ]]]

It's just a suggestion, but lots of people listen to these podcasts and it could be a good way to promote Iliad :)

Cheers,

Bernat.

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Re: FLOSS Weekly Proposal

Nicolas Petton

Hi Bernat,

That would be indeed very nice. Unfortunately I don't have myself much
time for Iliad currently. Bernat, maybe *you* would like to do it? ;-)

Cheers,
Nico


Bernat Romagosa <[hidden email]> writes:

> Hi list!
>
> I was talking to my friend Juan Miguel Mora, former Django and Seaside user
> who's recently started using Iliad, and we agree it's a bit surprising the
> framework is not more widely used, taking in account how easier it is to
> build apps with it compared to most other server-side frameworks.
>
> Thinking of ways to promote the framework, he thought it'd be a good idea
> if someone was interviewed by Randall Schwartz in FLOSSWeekly. Considering
> he is an avid smalltalker, I think he wouldn't have any objection.
>
> Is anyone interested? Here's what we have to do to suggest an interview:
>
> [[[ Have a suggestion for FLOSS Weekly (http://twit.tv/floss)? Have the
> person to be interviewed (usually the project lead) email
> [hidden email] (note, that's email, not facebook chat, twitter, or
> post-it notes. PLEASE DON'T JUST SUGGEST A PROJECT, unless you want it to
> be pushed down indefinitely! ]]]
>
>
> It's just a suggestion, but lots of people listen to these podcasts and it
> could be a good way to promote Iliad :)
>
> Cheers,
>
> Bernat.
>
> --
> Bernat Romagosa.

--
Nicolas Petton
http://nicolas-petton.fr
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Bernat Romagosa
Hi!

I guess I could, but maybe it'd be better if someone else with a more direct implication to the project stepped up, because I've contributed really little to Iliad, I'm just a user!

Also, depending on what questions Randall asks, I'm not gonna know what to answer, really. I'm no expert at all, and I guess Randall is going to ask about implementation details I'm not able to explain...

Is someone else interested? Otherwise I guess I'll volunteer, but I think I'd really be better if it was someone with a better inner knowledge of Iliad's codebase, and a better understanding of the web in general.

Cheers!

Bernat.


2012/12/11 Nicolas Petton <[hidden email]>

Hi Bernat,

That would be indeed very nice. Unfortunately I don't have myself much
time for Iliad currently. Bernat, maybe *you* would like to do it? ;-)

Cheers,
Nico


Bernat Romagosa <[hidden email]> writes:

> Hi list!
>
> I was talking to my friend Juan Miguel Mora, former Django and Seaside user
> who's recently started using Iliad, and we agree it's a bit surprising the
> framework is not more widely used, taking in account how easier it is to
> build apps with it compared to most other server-side frameworks.
>
> Thinking of ways to promote the framework, he thought it'd be a good idea
> if someone was interviewed by Randall Schwartz in FLOSSWeekly. Considering
> he is an avid smalltalker, I think he wouldn't have any objection.
>
> Is anyone interested? Here's what we have to do to suggest an interview:
>
> [[[ Have a suggestion for FLOSS Weekly (http://twit.tv/floss)? Have the
> person to be interviewed (usually the project lead) email
> [hidden email] (note, that's email, not facebook chat, twitter, or
> post-it notes. PLEASE DON'T JUST SUGGEST A PROJECT, unless you want it to
> be pushed down indefinitely! ]]]
>
>
> It's just a suggestion, but lots of people listen to these podcasts and it
> could be a good way to promote Iliad :)
>
> Cheers,
>
> Bernat.
>
> --
> Bernat Romagosa.

--
Nicolas Petton
http://nicolas-petton.fr



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Re: FLOSS Weekly Proposal

sebastianconcept
you already have the blessing of the pope Bernat!

go for it

tell us your field adventures with Illiad

looking forward to hear that program


On Dec 11, 2012, at 10:08 AM, Bernat Romagosa wrote:

Hi!

I guess I could, but maybe it'd be better if someone else with a more direct implication to the project stepped up, because I've contributed really little to Iliad, I'm just a user!

Also, depending on what questions Randall asks, I'm not gonna know what to answer, really. I'm no expert at all, and I guess Randall is going to ask about implementation details I'm not able to explain...

Is someone else interested? Otherwise I guess I'll volunteer, but I think I'd really be better if it was someone with a better inner knowledge of Iliad's codebase, and a better understanding of the web in general.

Cheers!

Bernat.


2012/12/11 Nicolas Petton <[hidden email]>

Hi Bernat,

That would be indeed very nice. Unfortunately I don't have myself much
time for Iliad currently. Bernat, maybe *you* would like to do it? ;-)

Cheers,
Nico


Bernat Romagosa <[hidden email]> writes:

> Hi list!
>
> I was talking to my friend Juan Miguel Mora, former Django and Seaside user
> who's recently started using Iliad, and we agree it's a bit surprising the
> framework is not more widely used, taking in account how easier it is to
> build apps with it compared to most other server-side frameworks.
>
> Thinking of ways to promote the framework, he thought it'd be a good idea
> if someone was interviewed by Randall Schwartz in FLOSSWeekly. Considering
> he is an avid smalltalker, I think he wouldn't have any objection.
>
> Is anyone interested? Here's what we have to do to suggest an interview:
>
> [[[ Have a suggestion for FLOSS Weekly (http://twit.tv/floss)? Have the
> person to be interviewed (usually the project lead) email
> [hidden email] (note, that's email, not facebook chat, twitter, or
> post-it notes. PLEASE DON'T JUST SUGGEST A PROJECT, unless you want it to
> be pushed down indefinitely! ]]]
>
>
> It's just a suggestion, but lots of people listen to these podcasts and it
> could be a good way to promote Iliad :)
>
> Cheers,
>
> Bernat.
>
> --
> Bernat Romagosa.

--
Nicolas Petton
http://nicolas-petton.fr



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Re: FLOSS Weekly Proposal

Darius Clarke
Randal attended a meetup group early in the year where I presented Amber. He was very impressed. Maybe Nico could be interviewed about Amber and could mention Iliad as well. 
I regularly listen to FLOSSWeekly too. 

Nico?

- Darius
____

On Tuesday, December 11, 2012, sebastian wrote:
you already have the blessing of the pope Bernat!

go for it

tell us your field adventures with Illiad

looking forward to hear that program


On Dec 11, 2012, at 10:08 AM, Bernat Romagosa wrote:

Hi!

I guess I could, but maybe it'd be better if someone else with a more direct implication to the project stepped up, because I've contributed really little to Iliad, I'm just a user!

Also, depending on what questions Randall asks, I'm not gonna know what to answer, really. I'm no expert at all, and I guess Randall is going to ask about implementation details I'm not able to explain...

Is someone else interested? Otherwise I guess I'll volunteer, but I think I'd really be better if it was someone with a better inner knowledge of Iliad's codebase, and a better understanding of the web in general.

Cheers!

Bernat.


2012/12/11 Nicolas Petton <<a href="javascript:_e({}, &#39;cvml&#39;, &#39;petton.nicolas@gmail.com&#39;);" target="_blank">petton.nicolas@...>

Hi Bernat,

That would be indeed very nice. Unfortunately I don't have myself much
time for Iliad currently. Bernat, maybe *you* would like to do it? ;-)

Cheers,
Nico


Bernat Romagosa <<a href="javascript:_e({}, &#39;cvml&#39;, &#39;tibabenfortlapalanca@gmail.com&#39;);" target="_blank">tibabenfortlapalanca@...> writes:

> Hi list!
>
> I was talking to my friend Juan Miguel Mora, former Django and Seaside user
> who's recently started using Iliad, and we agree it's a bit surprising the
> framework is not more widely used, taking in account how easier it is to
> build apps with it compared to most other server-side frameworks.
>
> Thinking of ways to promote the framework, he thought it'd be a good idea
> if someone was interviewed by Randall Schwartz in FLOSSWeekly. Considering
> he is an avid smalltalker, I think he wouldn't have any objection.
>
> Is anyone interested? Here's what we have to do to suggest an interview:
>
> [[[ Have a suggestion for FLOSS Weekly (http://twit.tv/floss)? Have the
> person to be interviewed (usually the project lead) email
> <a href="javascript:_e({}, &#39;cvml&#39;, &#39;merlyn@stonehenge.com&#39;);" target="_blank">merlyn@... (note, that's email, not facebook chat, twitter, or
> post-it notes. PLEASE DON'T JUST SUGGEST A PROJECT, unless you want it to
> be pushed down indefinitely! ]]]
>
>
> It's just a suggestion, but lots of people listen to these podcasts and it
> could be a good way to promote Iliad :)
>
> Cheers,
>
> Bernat.
>
> --
> Bernat Romagosa.

--
Nicolas Petton
http://nicolas-petton.fr



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Re: [amber-lang] Re: [Iliad] FLOSS Weekly Proposal

Nicolas Petton

Hi Darius,
Well why not, it could be neat. And thanks for presenting Amber to
Randal ;)

Nico

Darius Clarke <[hidden email]> writes:

> Randal attended a meetup group early in the year where I presented Amber.
> He was very impressed. Maybe Nico could be interviewed about Amber and
> could mention Iliad as well.
> I regularly listen to FLOSSWeekly too.
>
> Nico?
>
> - Darius
> ____
>
> On Tuesday, December 11, 2012, sebastian wrote:
>
>> you already have the blessing of the pope Bernat!
>>
>> go for it
>>
>> tell us your field adventures with Illiad
>>
>> looking forward to hear that program
>>
>> sebastian <https://about.me/sebastianconcept>
>>
>> o/
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On Dec 11, 2012, at 10:08 AM, Bernat Romagosa wrote:
>>
>> Hi!
>>
>> I guess I could, but maybe it'd be better if someone else with a more
>> direct implication to the project stepped up, because I've contributed
>> really little to Iliad, I'm just a user!
>>
>> Also, depending on what questions Randall asks, I'm not gonna know what to
>> answer, really. I'm no expert at all, and I guess Randall is going to ask
>> about implementation details I'm not able to explain...
>>
>> Is someone else interested? Otherwise I guess I'll volunteer, but I think
>> I'd really be better if it was someone with a better inner knowledge of
>> Iliad's codebase, and a better understanding of the web in general.
>>
>> Cheers!
>>
>> Bernat.
>>
>>
>> 2012/12/11 Nicolas Petton <[hidden email] <javascript:_e({},
>> 'cvml', '[hidden email]');>>
>>
>>>
>>> Hi Bernat,
>>>
>>> That would be indeed very nice. Unfortunately I don't have myself much
>>> time for Iliad currently. Bernat, maybe *you* would like to do it? ;-)
>>>
>>> Cheers,
>>> Nico
>>>
>>>
>>> Bernat Romagosa <[hidden email] <javascript:_e({},
>>> 'cvml', '[hidden email]');>> writes:
>>>
>>> > Hi list!
>>> >
>>> > I was talking to my friend Juan Miguel Mora, former Django and Seaside
>>> user
>>> > who's recently started using Iliad, and we agree it's a bit surprising
>>> the
>>> > framework is not more widely used, taking in account how easier it is to
>>> > build apps with it compared to most other server-side frameworks.
>>> >
>>> > Thinking of ways to promote the framework, he thought it'd be a good
>>> idea
>>> > if someone was interviewed by Randall Schwartz in FLOSSWeekly.
>>> Considering
>>> > he is an avid smalltalker, I think he wouldn't have any objection.
>>> >
>>> > Is anyone interested? Here's what we have to do to suggest an interview:
>>> >
>>> > [[[ Have a suggestion for FLOSS Weekly (http://twit.tv/floss)? Have the
>>> > person to be interviewed (usually the project lead) email
>>> > [hidden email] <javascript:_e({}, 'cvml',
>>> '[hidden email]');> (note, that's email, not facebook chat,
>>> twitter, or
>>> > post-it notes. PLEASE DON'T JUST SUGGEST A PROJECT, unless you want it
>>> to
>>> > be pushed down indefinitely! ]]]
>>> >
>>> >
>>> > It's just a suggestion, but lots of people listen to these podcasts and
>>> it
>>> > could be a good way to promote Iliad :)
>>> >
>>> > Cheers,
>>> >
>>> > Bernat.
>>> >
>>> > --
>>> > Bernat Romagosa.
>>>
>>> --
>>> Nicolas Petton
>>> http://nicolas-petton.fr
>>>
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> Bernat Romagosa.
>>
>>
>>

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http://nicolas-petton.fr
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Re: [amber-lang] Re: [Iliad] FLOSS Weekly Proposal

Darius Clarke
 As  Bernat said, here's the next step (for Nico):

Have a suggestion for FLOSS Weekly (http://twit.tv/floss)? 
Have the person to be interviewed (usually the project lead) email [hidden email]  '[hidden email]' (note, that's email, not facebook chat, twitter, or post-it notes.) PLEASE DON'T JUST SUGGEST A PROJECT [if you're not the project lead], unless you want it to be pushed down indefinitely! 

I see some slots open in February, if Nico can pick a date before other project leads settle on those dates. Approx. 17:00 in the afternoon on Wednesdays would be the time in the week (in Nico's timezone).

P.S. At his new client, Randal works only a couple miles from me where I work. So, I could sit on his doorstep until he agrees if need be. :)  

- Darius

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Re: [amber-lang] Re: [Iliad] FLOSS Weekly Proposal

Nicolas Petton

Thanks Darius :)

Nico

Darius Clarke <[hidden email]> writes:

>  As  Bernat said, here's the next step (for Nico):
>
> Have a suggestion for FLOSS Weekly (http://twit.tv/floss)?
>
> Have the person to be interviewed (usually the project lead) email
>> [hidden email]  '[hidden email]' (note, that's email, not
>> facebook chat, twitter, or post-it notes.) PLEASE DON'T JUST SUGGEST A
>> PROJECT [if you're not the project lead], unless you want it to be pushed
>> down indefinitely!
>
>
> I see some slots open in February, if Nico can pick a date before other
> project leads settle on those dates. Approx. 17:00 in the afternoon on
> Wednesdays would be the time in the week (in Nico's timezone).
>
> P.S. At his new client, Randal works only a couple miles from me where I
> work. So, I could sit on his doorstep until he agrees if need be. :)
>
> - Darius

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Nicolas Petton
http://nicolas-petton.fr
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