On Mon, Mar 12, 2012 at 3:09 PM, Dale Harvey <d...@arandomurl.com> wrote:My gut is telling me RoboCode is the best choice, it's language
> I wrote a big email with suggestions for the hackathon, I will be kinda
> pissed if I forgot to send it, but I cant find it now
> But I like helping people work on open source, for that to work we need to
> My suggestion is: A big list of prepared idea / projects, each project
> At the start we explain the prepared ones and ask people to submit their
> Pretty simple, but still quite a lot of work, there are a few things that
> This would is an example list
> * Get a patch submitted to CouchDB (I can be on hand to help build and
> RoboCode thing could be pretty cool since its only a few people that do it,
> There are a few people who I think will be interested in helping out with
> The main point is that there needs to be a lot of work done on preparation,
> As for the server sponsorship, I dont think its majorly important, but
agnostic, it's also fun, competitive and people won't be left out if
they can't/dont wanna code as we'll be dueling them to the death at
Taking the server donation from bytemark would be good to duel them.
I'm happy to vote on this now and start making preparations for it. +1
> On 5 March 2012 16:07, Juozas <juo...@juokaz.com> wrote:
>> Some really good ideas here, now we should really decide something :)
>> Juozas Kaziukėnas
>> On 29/02/12 12:25, Dougal Matthews wrote:
>>>> Also +1 on achieving something, either collectively or celebrating
>>> At DjangoCon.eu last year, every time a ticket was closed they would
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