[uf-rest] RESTafarian Rails-a-Thon?
khare at alumni.caltech.edu
Fri Nov 25 10:48:22 PST 2005
We would be glad to sponsor such an event... I don't want to
speculate too much in detail on the list just yet, but this sounds
like something we'd very much like to see happen. It may well
dovetail with discussions for a successor to the Foo/Bar/Tag camp
series that would be focused mainly on REST programming style. Call
it "REST Area" :) :)
After the thanksgiving break,I'd like to chat about this further with
anyone who's interested...
On Nov 25, 2005, at 10:02 AM, Dr. Ernie Prabhakar wrote:
> 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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