[sf-lug] Python and Ruby (and morpheus)

jim stockford jim at well.com
Wed Mar 22 21:02:15 PST 2006

    the thing about "speaking" at sf-lug is its
informality. I believe marilyn had a novel and
fun time because of our non-format, kind of
like hunkering together around a campfire
(never mind thinking that one out, LX).
    For us, seems to me, having marilyn there
provided us a focus that was extra gratifying
(that one, too, LX).
    Let's do more such. come on down, Dierdre,
get a free dinner and ride and let's talk Ruby
and also Rails (is it true there's other
languages on Rails? Maybe David Morpheus'
programming language will ride at last).

On Mar 22, 2006, at 11:04 AM, Rick Moen wrote:

> Quoting Lx Rudis (lx_rudis at sbcglobal.net):
>> dierdre and rick - we're really nice people out here
>> in the wilds of northwest san francisco.  we walk
>> upright, wear clean clothes when we can find them ,
>> eat with forks and everything.
> Lx Rudis, thanks.  I'd already forwarded Adrien's proposal to 
> Deirdre[1]
> last night.  I hope she does come speak, because she's quite a good
> speaker on ruby and, in particular, the Ruby on Rails Web framework.
> In any event, there _is_ a San Francisco Ruby Meetup Group:  It's
> easiest to find using Rich Morin's "SF Bay Area Scripting Groups" page,
> http://www.cfcl.com/rdm/bass/groups.php
> [1] Easiest way to remember the spelling is that it's like in "weird".
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