[tpm] ideas for talks
J Z Tam
jztam at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 21 11:31:48 PDT 2012
1. @olaf congrats on the metaAcceptance. woo hoo ;-)
2. IIRC, my brain is like a seive, last month, we were collectively chatting about "workflows" as a lightning talk series.
So, perhaps we can come up with a standardized source file(s) so that there are more eurekas, when we see the other guy do it waay cool. File I/O, regexps, revision control, shell outs, etc.
For now, let's just shout out what you would like to see performed in each person's workflow... and we'll crowdsource our source tree later.
2.1 how to wget/install: vi, *vim, *emacs, komodo*, padre, eclipse+EPIC, kate, gEdit, yetAnotherPerlEditor, etc. Once we have the first round of presenters/IDEs we can install what we each want to test drive, when the guru is presenting.
Versioning matters! so please send URIs and notes.
2.2 what the cool kids are hacking for their IDE's
--- On Wed, 3/21/12, Olaf Alders <olaf at vilerichard.com> wrote:
From: Olaf Alders <olaf at vilerichard.com>
Subject: [tpm] ideas for talks
To: toronto-pm at pm.org
Received: Wednesday, March 21, 2012, 1:43 PM
I just wanted to throw out some ideas for talks over the coming months.
First off, my YAPC talk has been accepted: http://act.yapcna.org/2012/talk/139 It's a 20 minute introduction to the MetaCPAN API. The meeting in May would be a great time for me to test drive the talk. April works too, if May is booked solid. ;)
Secondly, if anyone knows their way around tmux, I personally would benefit from some kind of demonstration on that. (No, I did not RTFM)
Thirdly, in general some kind of a tools night would be great. I'm finding out about really great stuff just by looking over someone's shoulder. A lot of times they tell me they've been using it for years, but they never thought to share it with me. So, getting people to talk about how they use vim, solarized, screen, tmux, komodo, etc and demonstrating that on the projector would be something very helpful, I think.
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