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Worth the Time? I think so...

by Moonie (Friar)
on Jul 28, 2001 at 10:39 UTC ( #100529=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Re: Insert Language Here Monks
in thread Insert Language Here Monks

It's definately worth the time and effort, if you and others are seriously considering creating such a place for other languages. I think that not only gathering a core group of people to agree on sharing the responsibily, but also inviting possibly core developers or advocates of the particular languages to participate - (such as merlyn, Dominus, etc. have here). They would bring insight to particular problems&answers/meditations/discussions, as well as maybe making it such a community as it is here - a central meeting place for developers of that language.


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Re: Worth the Time? I think so...
by agent00013 (Pilgrim) on Jul 29, 2001 at 07:58 UTC
    I'd seriously consider helping set it up. I wouldn't mind assisting in the running and maintenance, as well. *looks at the calendar* School aproaches. Actually coding Java (for the summer) keeps me busy. If we can find somewhere to run it though I'd squeeze out some time in order to get it running. As far as finding other developers and advocates of the language goes, I'll need help. I'm not a part of any online Java communities and don't know where to look.

    Anyone know a good place to host a project as large as this could potentially be (and for cheap...)?

    Who knows people like merlyn that our Java experts and community people?

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