[uf-rest] RESTafarian Rails-a-Thon?
Dr. Ernie Prabhakar
drernie at opendarwin.org
Fri Nov 25 10:02:27 PST 2005
Interesting. Have you done a Rails-a-Thon before, or contemplated
such a thing? If I'm going to fly out for this, it'd nice to at
least make it two days -- do you think you could get a critical mass
to show up for all or part of that? When? Where?
I could potentially get us a room at the Chicago Apple Store in
downtown, if the timing works out just right...
We should obviously have a way for people to participate remotely, as
well, as I've already heard interest.
-- Ernie P.
On Nov 24, 2005, at 4:41 PM, David Heinemeier Hansson wrote:
>> Hey David, any chance you'll be in the Bay Area any time soon? I
>> think we're at the point where a day or two working on all this
>> together could make a huge difference, like the old Hack-a-thons.
> I won't be down in that area before ETech in San Diego in March,
>> Conversely, if there's a critical mass in and around Chicago, I'd
>> be willing to fly out to you for something like this...
> Chicago is indeed a hotspot for Rails developers. We have a good
> handful of the core guys here. Including Sam Stephenson, the
> creator of Prototype.
> David Heinemeier Hansson
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