[Chicago-talk] Meeting this Thursday, May 23, 6:30pm - Building Command-Line Apps; ChicagoPM Github Organization
joel.a.berger at gmail.com
Mon May 20 11:18:39 PDT 2013
Hmmmmm, I already kinda regret the previous email. Who am I to decide who
is an owner? Hmmmm. Oh well, we'll get there when we get there.
On Mon, May 20, 2013 at 1:16 PM, Joel Berger <joel.a.berger at gmail.com>wrote:
> When we add people, we shouldn't add them to the owners group. Owners can
> spend money. :-)
> On Mon, May 20, 2013 at 12:36 PM, Doug Bell <madcityzen at gmail.com> wrote:
>> This week, I'll be giving an intermediate-level presentation on building
>> command-line applications, starting from simple scripts and moving on
>> through module-based, structured applications using CPAN frameworks.
>> Knowledge of Perl is recommended, though knowledge of command-line apps is
>> The meeting will be at our usual location, 540 W Madison St. in the 9th
>> floor conference rooms. Pizza and beverages will be provided (if you have
>> requests for specific flavors of pizza or beverage, let me know).
>> Meetup link:
>> Please RSVP on the meetup page before 4:00pm on Thursday to make your
>> entrance as smooth as possible (RSVP is not strictly required, but it will
>> be hard for me to give the presentation and authorize security to let you
>> in at the same time). Directions are on the Meetup page.
>> This will be the first in a set of free, open-source intermediate-level
>> presentations released by the Chicago.PM organization on Github. The
>> presentation itself will be released with a Creative Commons
>> Attribution-ShareAlike license, and the code inside the presentation will
>> be licensed under the same terms as Perl itself (Artistic License 1 or GPL
>> version 1 at your discretion). Our goal is to build a repository of living
>> presentations that pick up after the beginner's workshops and explore
>> single topics with some depth. Emphasis will be placed on best practices
>> with pragmatism: Here's multiple ways to do it, here's why you might choose
>> one way over another, here's some things you might see out in the wild and
>> how to improve on them. Our github organization is located at
>> http://github.com/ChicagoPM and if you want to help contribute, e-mail
>> me and I'll add you to the team.
>> Doug Bell
>> madcityzen at gmail.com
>> Chicago-talk mailing list
>> Chicago-talk at pm.org
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