The Weekly Squeak Summary No. 15: Sep 23 - Nov 10, 2007
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Mon Nov 12 09:01:28 UTC 2007
welcome to the The WeeklySqueakSummary, an irregular traffic-dependent
report on what's going on in the world of Squeak based on the
Highlights of the past weeks:
Pretty much has been going on in terms of Seaside recently. Not only
is version 2.8 officially released  in conjunction with a download
that gives you a Seaside server out of the box , but there is also
an up-to-date tutorial on Seaside 2.8 that gives you an easy quick
OLPC mass production has finally begun , and a major German news
TV show has finally discovered the project's existence . The New
York Times has a very enthusiastic review of the XO .
Lively  is the result of Dan Ingalls' work at Sun - and it is
browser. Check it out.
The past weeks' news items:
 How to build a wiki in 98 lines of code
 Don't Miss Cincom's Seaside Podcasts Next Week
 Are you ready for this? Croquet on an Inteactive White Board
 Tangible User Interface for Squeak
 Pretty Cool NYTimes OLPC Review
 Conference round-up
 Seaside being used with Answers.com
 Smalltalk to the rescue? Microsoft EX-execs sue Red Hat
 Preview of new Seaside Visual Interface Builder
 See Bert and OLPC on German TV (in German)
 New Seaside Tutorial By Hasso-Plattner-Institute
 Capturing Debug
 Squeak BOF at OOPSLA - highlights + videos
 Recess!! Learning at play.
 Wait for it! - The Little Book of Semaphores
 Seaside 2.8 Released!!
 Nepal's Open Learning Exchange Announces First Learning Activity
 Take cover we are being INVADED!!
 OLPC Moves into Mass Production
 Who you gonna Call? - The Net Neutrality Squad!
 Athena Smalltalk for embedded applications
 Seaside - One Click Experience!
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