[squeak-dev] [Pharo-users] Planet squeak and friends
estebanlm at gmail.com
Mon Jun 26 06:17:03 UTC 2017
> On 26 Jun 2017, at 05:11, Ben Coman <btc at openInWorld.com> wrote:
> Thanks Bruce for taking this on.
> On Sun, Jun 25, 2017 at 10:54 PM, Bruce O'Neel <bruce.oneel at pckswarms.ch <mailto:bruce.oneel at pckswarms.ch>> wrote:
> This now seems to work though there are a few points:
> * http://pharo.org/news/atom.xml <http://pharo.org/news/atom.xml> gives me a 502, but, http://pharo.org/news/ <http://pharo.org/news/atom.xml> works fine. Could someone look into this please?
> * I have renamed any site that still responds but has not been updated in 2017 to Historical - site name. There are sadly only 6 sites NOT marked historical and 16 marked historical. Surely there are some other squeak/pharo/?? blogs, right? If so, please send them to me!
> Six months seems a really short history. I have my next post 90% done and planning to publish in a few weeks.
> Can we not cater for people that post irregularly? Prior to my 2016 stint of posts, my next previous post was 2012. Sean's last post still seems relevant. I propose the general historical filter be two years. Or do we just want frequent authors?
> Also, the Squeak Oversight Board should probably be kept proforma, even if announcements are infrequent.
> 2016.09 - Ben Coman
> 2015.03 - Sean DeNigris
> 2015.01 - Squeak Oversight Board
> 2014.09 - Steve Wessels
> 2014.08 - Bert Freudenberg
> 2014.08 - Julian Fitzell
> 2012.04 - Michael Van der Gulik
> 2012.04 - Bernhard Pieber
> 2011.09 - Andreas Raab
> 2011.03 - SqueakNOS
> 2011.02 - Ian Trudel
> 2010.10 - Ramon Leon
> 2010.10 - Squeakland
> 2010.02 - Milan Zimmermann
> 2009.08 - Summer of Squeak
> 2009.06 - Darius
> 2006.04 - Suslov Nikolay
> * In a few weeks most of the historical sites will disapear.
> Can they be moved to a "Historical" section of the sidebar (like "See also"),
> so as to not totally lose track of historical characters?
> Or is that not suitable for an aggregation site?
> * I've not looked hard at any other than planet.squeak.org <http://planet.squeak.org/>.
> * Planetfr.squeak.org <http://planetfr.squeak.org/> had no sites. Should we keep it?
> * As sad as I might be about it, croquet seems to have passed on. Should I just get rid of planetcroquet?
> Thanks. And thanks for the responses before. I'll implement them, don't worry.
> A few more here...
> http://pharo.org/web/news <http://pharo.org/web/news>
> http://pharo.org/blogs <http://pharo.org/blogs>
> 2017.06 - Tudor Girba, Humane assessment (http://humane-assessment.com/blog <http://humane-assessment.com/blog>)
> 2017.06 - Torsten Bergmann, The Hitchhiker's Guide to ... (https://astares.blogspot.com.au/ <https://astares.blogspot.com.au/>)
> 2017.06 - Hernan Morales biosmalltalk (https://biosmalltalk.blogspot.com.au <https://biosmalltalk.blogspot.com.au/>)
> 2017.06 - Ecole des Mines, Components, Agents, and Robots (http://car.mines-douai.fr/ <http://car.mines-douai.fr/>)
> 2017.05 - Pierce Ng, Smalltalk programming for the web (http://www.samadhiweb.com/blog <http://www.samadhiweb.com/blog>)
> 2017.03 - Clement Bera, Tips 'n Tricks (https://clementbera.wordpress.com/ <https://clementbera.wordpress.com/>)
> 2017.02 - Eliot Miranda, Cog Blog (http://www.mirandabanda.org/cogblog <http://www.mirandabanda.org/cogblog>)
> 2016.11 - Kilon, Pharo Trek (http://www.kilon-alios.com/subpages/blog/index.html <http://www.kilon-alios.com/subpages/blog/index.html>)
> 2016.08 - Yuriy Tymchuk, Uko on Code and Sleepy Coders (http://blog.yuriy.tymch.uk/ <http://blog.yuriy.tymch.uk/>)
> 2016.06 - Hernan Morales, 80738163270632 (https://80738163270632.blogspot.com.au/ <https://80738163270632.blogspot.com.au/>)
> 2015.03 - Sean DeNigris, (http://seandenigris.com/blog/?cat=Smalltalk <http://seandenigris.com/blog/?cat=Smalltalk>)
> 2015.03 - Mariano Martinez Peck, Sending messages (https://marianopeck.wordpress.com/ <https://marianopeck.wordpress.com/>)
> 2015.02 - S. Krish, Skrishnamachari’s Weblog (https://skrishnamachari.wordpress.com/ <https://skrishnamachari.wordpress.com/>)
> 2015.02 - Mark Rizun, Coding is Fun (https://myfuncoding.blogspot.com.au/ <https://myfuncoding.blogspot.com.au/>)
> 2014.05 - Yuriy Tymchuk, Sleepy Coders (https://sleepycoders.blogspot.com.au/ <https://sleepycoders.blogspot.com.au/>)
> 2014.02 - Philippe Back, The Philippe Back Report (http://philippeback.be/?s=pharo <http://philippeback.be/?s=pharo>)
> 2013.09 - Laurent Laffont, MaGaLoMa (https://magaloma.blogspot.com.au/ <https://magaloma.blogspot.com.au/>)
> 2013.09 - Guille Polito, Playing with Objects (https://playingwithobjects.wordpress.com/ <https://playingwithobjects.wordpress.com/>)
> 2012.06 - Igor Stasenko, Computer Adventures (https://computeradventures.wordpress.com/ <https://computeradventures.wordpress.com/>)
> 502 BAD GATEWAY Esteban Lorenzano, The Martian Chronicles (http://smallworks.eu/web/blog <http://smallworks.eu/web/blog>)
woops! fixed :)
> 2017.06 - Sven Van Caekenberghe (https://medium.com/concerning-pharo <https://medium.com/concerning-pharo>)
> 2017.05 - Denis Kudriashov (http://dionisiydk.blogspot.com.au/ <http://dionisiydk.blogspot.com.au/>)
> 2016.11 - David & Craig (http://smalltalkreflections.blogspot.com.au/ <http://smalltalkreflections.blogspot.com.au/>)
> 2016.08 - Peter Uhnak (https://www.peteruhnak.com/blog/categories/pharo/ <https://www.peteruhnak.com/blog/categories/pharo/>)
> cheers -ben
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