[Chicago-talk] Meeting this Thursday, May 23, 6:30pm - Building Command-Line Apps; ChicagoPM Github Organization
madcityzen at gmail.com
Mon May 20 11:24:29 PDT 2013
There is a certain level of trust and responsibility required for the
Owners group though: They can add/remove other Owners, and they can
add/remove Repositories. My reasoning is that we have a "Members" team that
has read/write access to all repositories (that doesn't happen
automatically unfortunately) and most people will be there.
All the repos will be public anyway, so membership in the organization is
not necessary for contributions (pull requests work too). But it can be
nice to say "Member of and contributor to the Chicago.PM Github
madcityzen at gmail.com
On May 20, 2013, at 1:18 PM, Joel Berger <joel.a.berger at gmail.com> wrote:
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
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