SPUG: SPUG's LlamaCard module, inherited from Aaron Wigley
jaygray at scn.org
Mon Dec 30 15:47:59 CST 2002
Thanks to Andrew && Fred for volunteering to help with this.
I'll be in touch with you, as soon as I receive the current
information from Aaron.
I'll announce this at the next SPUG meeting. If there are any
others who are interested in helping out, it is not too late
to get involved. You may show your interest in email or at the
meeting (or just jump in, later, when you have time).
-- Jay (jaygray at scn.org)
Earlier today, I wrote:
> SPUG will take ownership of the module, ship it to CPAN, and
> otherwise own it for you. I'll see to it this module does not
> slip between the cracks.
> -- Aaron --- The following ("LC>") is the only info I could find.
> Would you please forward sources + doc + notes +
> whatever to me, so I may start organizing it?
> -- Damian -- is there a CVS for general (or Monash-based) CPAN
> modules, or will I need to start my own / borrow
> from someone else? TIA
> Jay Gray,
> LC> http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~annn/hons/projects1999.html
> LC> LlamaCard
> LC> Damian Conway [faculty sponsor, not author]
> LC> Hypercard, Supercard, and Metacard are all hypermedia, stack-based,
> LC> WYSIWYG, persistent, event-driven, rapid software development
> LC> systems. Each provides extensive customizability through a
> LC> proprietory scripting language.
> LC> The aim of this project is to create a free implementation of a
> LC> similar application (LlamaCard), using Perl as the scripting
> LC> language and various standard Perl libraries to help implement
> LC> the GUI, so that the entire package is platform-independent.
> LC> Experience with one of the above applications and with Perl
> LC> programming would be highly advantageous.
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