[munich-lisp] LISPers in Munich?
hoerdegen at laposte.net
Tue Sep 7 06:04:25 UTC 2010
November seems fine to me. It would be nice to find a room near the universities. Where did the former meetings take place? As for topics, I would be interested in "embedded languages", "domain specific languages" and "prototyping with lisp"... But I am not such a good Lisper to talk myself about it. I just would like to learn about ideas and concepts.
> Message du 07/09/10 04:17
> De : "Christian Brumm"
> A : "Peter Fischer"
> Copie à : munich-lisp at common-lisp.net
> Objet : Re: [munich-lisp] LISPers in Munich?
> Peter, your suggestions sound very reasonable. Now we only need people who
> are able to talk about all this ... :)
> I can help with advertising, I live near LMU, and I guess TUM is not too
> far. Also some people at work might be interested.
> As Christoph mentioned, first half of November (semester break ends October
> 18th) seems reasonable and should give us enough time to prepare.
> Does someone know where to get a room (e.g. works or studies at University)?
> I guess choosing a date and a room are highly correlated. ;)
> On Mon, Sep 6, 2010 at 8:34 AM, Peter Fischer <
> letzterfreiercoolername at googlemail.com> wrote:
> > Hi!
> > On 06.09.2010 14:06, hoerdegen wrote:
> > > Any ideas?
> > A Lisp/Scheme primer course:
> > * "cons lingo" / lisp concepts
> > * lisp/scheme pedigree
> > * differences between lisp/scheme standards and implementations
> > * places to find good code
> > * examples of how to read lisp code
> > * how to setup some graphical IDE
> > * how to setup Emacs/SLIME combination
> > ( => teach people how to learn themselves Lisp)
> > plus advertisement in advance at the local Munich
> > * CCC chapter (those who always wanted to hack in Lisp)
> > * Ruby user group (those who always wondered, why Ruby is sometimes
> > called a pretty good lisp)
> > * TUM, LUM/GSU computer science deptartments.
> > It might perhaps spark
> > * some traffic/life in this mailing list
> > * interest in Lisp and Scheme
> > * lisp study groups
> > Cheers,
> > Peter
> > P.S.: I'm a bloody Lisp beginner, too :)
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