[Chicago-talk] new camelbones (0.2.1)

Jonathan Steinert hachi at kuiki.net
Thu Jan 29 10:02:28 CST 2004

Ed Summers wrote:

> On Thu, Jan 29, 2004 at 07:31:35AM -0800, Jim Thomason wrote:
>>Actually, speaking of this, is anyone interested in
>>hearing a talk on using the camelbones framework? It's
>>a bit more of a speciality talk (only the OS X people
>>would care), but I'd be willing to do one. Of course,
>>I'd need at least a month or two to actually learn the
>>frameworks better, but since I already know perl and
>>already know objective-c with the cocoa frameworks for
>>OS X, it's fairly straightforward to me.
> Hell yes. I don't even use a Mac and I'm interested :) I'm sure there
> are enough OSX users in chicago.pm to make this a great topic. 
> At the end of last year one of Bruce Schneier's Cryptogram [1] mentioned
> the work of a programmer named Alan De Smet [2] up in Wisconsin. After
> looking through his website I noticed he was into Perl, and thought
> it might be cool to invite him down to a meeting to talk about his
> UniqueID [3] project, and other stuff. I contacted him and he said he 
> would be willing to come down for our March meeting. 

Can we push the talk up to this Tuesday, I'd really like to hear about it.

> What do people think, does this sound OK? The idea being that he would
> talk about strange fascination with unique IDs, Perl and other stuff. If
> March is not good I imagine he could do it another time.
> //Ed



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