I think this idea is great. I would love to join together to learn new 
things and/or start new projects.


On Feb 17, 2005, at 3:59 PM, Zach Dennis wrote:

> Ok, I have a question for fellow rubyists, rubyiers, etc... There seem 
> to be alot of people in their area that are the *only* publicly 
> announcing ruby programmers. (I'm sure there are others, but they may 
> be afraid of getting maulled by the local perl mongers or python 
> lovers group...or in my case the .NET cultists).
>
> If this sounds appealling to other people perhaps we could set up a 
> virtual ruby group. Setup microphone/webcam/instant messenger/irc 
> channel, etc.. to do a meeting over the wire.
>
> This way we could still join on doing ruby projects together, meeting 
> to go over all the cool stuff we find out, or are doing and can help 
> people interested in ruby. Heck no one has to leave their own 
> bedroom/office/basement/garage/coffee house/etc... Just plug in and 
> we're there!
>
> Does this sound appealing to people? If so, please respond to this 
> thread...If enough people are interested we can start an actual ML for 
> that type of thing.
>
> Heck, our first project could be writing an mini-ERP system for our 
> virtual users group, which would host the virtual meetings on some 
> corporate T1(s)!
>
> Zach
>