Squeak People posting summary
Cees de Groot
cg at cdegroot.com
Mon Mar 28 07:00:03 UTC 2005
Below are the most recent 5 articles that were posted on Squeak People
(http://people.squeakfoundation.org/). Apart from the articles, you will
find people's diary entries there, and an overview of the Squeak community:
who is doing what, people's "standing", etcetera. If you don't have an
account, please join - we're interested in getting to know you better!
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Date: 2005-02-20 21:46:55
Title: Squeak as a Commons
Before we can organize Squeak, we must answer: "What is Squeak?" This
article defines Squeak as a commons where many individual projects
collaborate. The article sketches some of the subgroups using Squeak,
and proposes an organizational structure based around giving
representation to all of these subgroups.
Date: 2005-01-27 15:49:25
Title: Taming the translation beast!
Now - I have just started figuring out how to translate my Homepage
Builder application to english and of course ended up digging into the
translation stuff. This is a short (well, kinda) report on what I
found, how to use what we have, and what I think we need to fix.
Date: 2005-01-10 04:23:15
Title: squeak logo lookalike
Date: 2004-12-30 16:37:02
Title: Boosting Squeak: RockSolid images
I have read the "rant" and "unrant" subject with a mix of uneasiness
(embarrassment) and fear. The "Rant" thread began on the 15th of
december 2004, and produced a lot of discussion. I will not summarize
the thread, because a lot of people read it. Instead, I will go
forward and try to find a pragmatic and constructive of helping the
community (and yes, I am also very bold and handosome :) <<
Date: 2004-12-20 00:34:35
Title: Terminus is up'n'running
Terminus, the little system I cobbled up to export Squeak People's
account and web-of-trust information, is up and running. The first app
is a Wiki which uses Terminus to decide whether certain actions are
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