[toronto-lisp] GitHub repo is online + meeting Tuesday Sep 1 @ Linux Caffe

Vishvajit Singh vishvajitsingh at gmail.com
Mon Aug 31 03:46:46 UTC 2009

As promised, I've created a repository on GitHub for our club.


This will be a centralized location for us to share:

- Code and slides from presentations given at meetings
- Code for projects we are currently working on
- Scraps of code you wish to share with the group
- etc.

If you are a member of the group and you've been to at least one
meeting, contact me personally and I will add you as a collaborator,
and you'll be able to push to the repository. (You have to have a
GitHub account -- they're free.)

(Note: I'm new to GitHub so let me know if I'm doing anything wrong.)

Our next step will be to start working on a project. But what should
it be? For now, I'll create a project-ideas.txt on the repo..


Our next meeting is coming up soon.

Toronto Lisp Users Group, September Meeting:
  Tuesday September 1st, 6pm, at the Linux Caffe

Directions: walk south of Bloor from Christie Station, until you hit
Harbord Street.

Here's a map to the Linux Caffe from Christie Station:

We're looking for volunteers for talks, discussion, and tutorials.
We'd love to hear about your current projects, proposals for projects,
libraries you like, issues relevant to Lisp, etc.


Come on out!


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