[toronto-lisp] We don't have a webpage?
vishvajitsingh at gmail.com
Mon Feb 2 02:28:06 UTC 2009
Any way we can get the projector? Do we need to call ahead? Having
several people crowd around a laptop kinda sucks.
On Sun, Feb 1, 2009 at 9:21 PM, Abram Hindle
<abram.hindle at softwareprocess.us> wrote:
> That sounds great. I might have something as well.
> So Linux Cafe @ 6pm on February 3rd
> Toronto Lisp Users Group meeting
> * Lisp
> * Scheme
> * S-expressions
> * etc.
> With potential presentations on:
> * Forth
> * TBA
> ( this is the regular time and place right? )
> linuxcaffe can be found at 326 harbord street, toronto, on, m6g 3a4,
> just 1 block south of Christie station on the bloor line.
> Vishvajit Singh wrote:
>> I'd like to give a mini-presentation on the language Factor
>> (factorcode.org), assuming people are interested.
>> Factor is a FORTH derivative, not a Lisp, but it's fairly reasonable
>> to describe it as a "postfix Lisp". It is very Lisp-like (e.g. it has
>> macros), but beyond that, I think it's one of the neatest esoteric
>> languages around.
>> It'll probably be a few minutes, so not too long.. depending on what
>> we get into. I'll bring in my Mac and demonstrate the basics of the
>> language. What do you say, folks?
>> Vish Singh
>> On Sat, Jan 31, 2009 at 11:43 AM, Paul Tarvydas
>> <tarvydas at visualframeworksinc.com> wrote:
>>> On Friday 30 January 2009 4:11:27 pm Abram Hindle wrote:
>>>> When's the next meeting?
>>> If we follow the first-Tuesday-of-the-month "rule", then it should be this
>>> Tuesday (Feb. 3).
>>> Anybody have a topic to present?
>>>> We need to get a webpage going!
>>> We can discuss this at the meeting.
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