[Seaside] Re: [squeak-dev] Re: [Pharo-project] SqueakSource AND
SmalltalkHub down ; )
sebastian at flowingconcept.com
Wed Apr 20 13:13:49 UTC 2011
Sort of... clarifying:
1. not being at all where people is, is actually an issue (from the social POV is a primary issue, from the technical POV is a secondary issue) and
2. commenting at method level is an issue (because we are inefficient in "using society" to help code in projects get better (also to convert newcomers easier)).
If the code isn't exposed (visible in the UI) then we are not socializing code.
Which leads to this question:
If we aren't socializing code in a world that is
1. getting more social (at near-light-speed) and
2. more connected (faster than light)...
then how you can say (and keep your face straight) that you are "inventing the future"?
You are not. Not one the world is clearly demanding (so you'll not have an expanding market, you'll have a shrinking market)
It's only me that see things like this here?
On Apr 20, 2011, at 9:58 AM, Germán Arduino wrote:
> Sorry with my lack of knowledgment, but all this is not SmalltalkHub?
> Or the difference you are pointing is that is not integrated with the
> rest of people/languages as in Github?
> 2011/4/20 Sebastian Sastre <sebastian at flowingconcept.com>:
>> "... if ... could store
>> meaningfully into the git repo, that could help wih visibility of
>> Smalltalk a lot."
>> Not only visibility because is were the people is but because you can comment code at method level in a social environment.
>> That makes all the difference. Lists, emails or commenting issues aren't helping on that.
>> Only the guys that one method to method side by side talking about things are having that experience.
>> That makes us slower (or more vulnerable to work faster in the wrong things.)
>> On Apr 20, 2011, at 9:44 AM, Davorin Rusevljan wrote:
>>> On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 2:36 PM, Germán Arduino <garduino at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> 2011/4/20 Sebastian Sastre <sebastian at flowingconcept.com>:
>>>>> Ok question:
>>>>> why don't why have (yet) something to save in something more known, say github?
>>>> 2. I largely prefer open source solutions that I can implement on my
>>>> own resources (hardware/datacenter). As far I saw Github is a sort of
>>>> cloud service and free only to some projects....Well I don't trust in
>>>> such sort of solutions.
>>>> I prefer a complete solution I can manage from start to end and were I
>>>> don't depend of other companies.
>>> Correct me if I am wrong but technically, storing on git hub is just
>>> like storing in any other git repository, being it github, your
>>> notebook, or repo inside Mars rover.
>>> I did not thougt this in depth, but if Monticello could store
>>> meaningfully into the git repo, that could help wih visibility of
>>> Smalltalk a lot.
>>> Davorin Rusevljan
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