[sf-perl] Six Apart Meeting
doom at kzsu.stanford.edu
Fri Oct 28 08:32:39 PDT 2005
Quinn Weaver <qw at sf.pm.org> wrote:
> Joseph Brenner wrote:
> > So how did the meeting at Six Apart go the other day? I really wanted
> > to be there, myself, but got hung up at work...
> I'm sorry you weren't able to make it. For what it's worth, Byrne
> has already put his slides up:
> http://www.majordojo.com/uploads/SF%20Perl%20Mongers.ppt (PowerPoint,
Yes, very. There's probably some way I could extract the information
easily, but I'd need to upgrade this somewhat ancient linux box...
> And, of course, he blogged about it ;) :
And it sounds like he feels like he has more to say, which is good.
You should think about having him back in a little while for part II.
> In my view, it was a very good meeting. Byrne is a very lucid,
> down-to-earth speaker. I was impressed at all the improvements in MT
> with the 3.2 release. We had some interesting back-and-forth with the
> Postgres people, but mostly they were surprisingly receptive to the
> OO-to-relational support in MT::Object.
Yes, object-relational-mapping remains "controversial" with me even when
I'm the only one talking, I imagine the gang had a lot to say about it.
> Anyway, I was gratified that we had such high attendance. I hope we
> can build on the momentum.
Overall I think the talks have been pretty good of late (e.g. Chris
Mungall's talk was especially interesting, and covered territory you
don't often hear about elsewhere).
(It's too bad you've got me scheduled for January.)
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