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Marcus Denker-4
Hi,

You might know that we are sending out a monthly pharo newsletter, it contains larger
“mini articles” (e.g. announcements) and small one-line notes for blog posts, new libraries,
things like that.

Here is the archive:


Target audience are especially those who no follow the mailing list, but I think it is interesting
even for us as it is easy to not see all the interesting news.

If you have content: please send it to me, I collect things over a month and then we put the
newletter together from that. 

This can be:

- small (half page) articles abut *your* project! 
- an interesting library you found
- a blog post you have written (or read)

People can even take over for a complete month and do e.g. a themed newsletter focusing
on one aspect or project.

Marcus
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Julien
For the next one you could talk about the solutions created by the community for the Advent Of Code.


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Le 1 déc. 2017 à 09:15, Marcus Denker <[hidden email]> a écrit :

Hi,

You might know that we are sending out a monthly pharo newsletter, it contains larger
“mini articles” (e.g. announcements) and small one-line notes for blog posts, new libraries,
things like that.

Here is the archive:


Target audience are especially those who no follow the mailing list, but I think it is interesting
even for us as it is easy to not see all the interesting news.

If you have content: please send it to me, I collect things over a month and then we put the
newletter together from that. 

This can be:

- small (half page) articles abut *your* project! 
- an interesting library you found
- a blog post you have written (or read)

People can even take over for a complete month and do e.g. a themed newsletter focusing
on one aspect or project.

Marcus