[Phoenix-pm] Doug Miles Strikes Back
scott at slowass.net
Fri May 28 11:42:47 PDT 2010
I'm going to be pretty damn busy (missing sleep, in all likelihood)
leading up to YAPC. Afterwards, if I survive, I'll certainly
report on it. I also have a Lightning Talk from FrozenPerl that
mashes up Markov Chains, PPI, a genetic algorithm, and a patchset
to Test::Harness that adds support for floating point test results
so tests can return shades of grey rather than "ok"/"not ok".
Markov Chains are trained from PPI and diddled by the genetic
algorithm which uses the floating point test scores as a genetic
fitness test and you can go to the beach and sip pina coladas
while Perl writes your code for you. That could easily fill
30 minutes ;) But that would probably be after YAPC in
about four weeks here.
On 0, "Douglas E. Miles" <doug at veritablesoftware.com> wrote:
> Hi all!
> It's true. There has been a successful coup, I mean peaceful transfer of
> power. :)
> Watch this list over the coming weeks for updates. I have some things I
> need to get worked out on my end before I can get regular meetings
> started again, but hopefuly they will be resolved soon. In the mean
> time, we can start discussing presentation topics. Do you know something
> you'd like to present? Is there a topic you don't know about that you'd
> like to see someone else present? Post to the list and I'll start
> compiling. Here's to an active Phoenix.pm!
> On 05/27/2010 12:19 PM, Scott Walters wrote:
> >Hello peasants. Please allow me to introduce your new King, the same
> >as your old King: Doug Miles.
> >Doug Miles has expressed interest to Brock and myself in coordinating
> >meetings once again and we were happy to oblige (least we be
> >assisinated in his power grab).
> >This announcement is premature and unauthorized. Meeting hosting
> >arrangements are still being sorted out, but I hope you all will
> >join me in eager awaiting what Doug has for us.
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