David Alan Black wrote:


> On Sun, 28 Apr 2002, Pat Eyler wrote:


>>Would it be worth considering holding multiple ruby gatherings in
>>different areas concurrently?  [...] call it World Ruby Day, and get to work.
>>
> Maybe worth considering, but I guess my reservation is that the more
> complex a plan, and the broader the consensus it requires, the less
> likely it is ever to happen.  I think Ruby camps (or whatever) should
> be encouraged to spring up whe[rn]ever possible.  That wouldn't
> necessarily mean that what you're envisioning could never happen --
> just that if people are eager to meet and have little codefests, it
> would sort of be too bad for them not to just go ahead with it.
> 
> Although... maybe there could be some kind of repository or checkout
> system for Ruby-camp-driven projects... though, again, personally I'd
> want to encourage people to get together even if it isn't part of a
> larger project or system.


I think both are great ideas (which don't collide in any way).

Tobi


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