Friends of Morphic

Blake blake at
Sun Jun 10 03:39:36 UTC 2007

FWIW (and WIW may be VDL given my current pace) I'm working on tutorials  
using Morphic.


On Sat, 09 Jun 2007 19:32:51 -0700, Jerome Peace  
<peace_the_dreamer at> wrote:

> Hi Edgar, Hi all,
> This is a reply to correspondence I have be having
> with Edgar about morphic. I've copied it to the
> morphic list and to squeakdev. If any out there have
> an interest in becoming friends of morphic, I invite
> discussion and responses. I am hoping the morphic list
> might revive thru the help and interest of friends.
> Yours in curiosity and service, --Jerome Peace
> I wrote:
>> > I would like to see a Friends-of-Morphic group.
>> > A Team implies some responsibilities and
>> authority. I
>> > have not gotten that far in my thinking yet.
>> >
>> > The question I want to answer is what would be
>> > worthwhile? In both the short and long term.
>> >
> You replied:
>> I don't have ideas now.
>> I like Morphic, wish could improve and have a long
>> life in Squeak.
>> To me and you sure a Friends-of-Morphic group works
>> better.
>> But if we wish impact, a team is the answer.
> Yes, at some point a team will be the answer.  Right
> now I am interested in questions.
> My idea of a friends group is to generate ideas in a
> more casual atmosphere. To attract interested parties.
> Identify strengths and weaknesses of those. Identify
> resources (I.e. who has experience and time (or
> students!) to be part of a team.)
> To identify interesting projects and maybe discuss
> which are worth allocating resources to.
> Cheers Jer
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