Come join us.
> So far, not very. We're just hoping to start a public discussion
> right now to gauge interest in the london hacker scene.
Cool. Can I suggest that once you've got the temperature of a few
people, people get together face to face? Ideally somewhere with beer :)
(Most of my discussions have been around a slightly different shape,
more like pre-incubation for companies than strict hacking space. But
I think they will fit together quite nicely.)
That sounds good to me. I'll leave it to someone else to suggest the
exact day though :)
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Yep, I'm up for that.
How about Thursday the 5th Feb, same time?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jonty Wareing" <jo...@jonty.co.uk>
Sent: Sunday, 25 January, 2009 23:39:05 GMT +00:00 GMT Britain, Ireland, Portugal
Subject: [london-hack-space] Re: Interesting…
How about Wednesday at 8pm?
+1 for that.
> Cancel that, it turns out me and russ are busy that night.
> How about Thursday the 5th Feb, same time?
I may be in Watford. Assuming I'm not, I'm in.
> We just started an IRC channel on freenode:
Arg! Two different spaces for discussion. No--three, because there's a
wiki. I strongly recommend that *one* space is authoritative. And that
it not be IRC, unless someone can be bothered to set up a bot-to-web
(I've been in processes before where everything was slowed down by the
same conversation appearing like some crazed round-robin on IRC, then
on the wiki, then on the mailing list.)
IRC is just for chit-chat, and the wiki for notes etc.
> Let it be said that the mailing list is the final word.
> IRC is just for chit-chat, and the wiki for notes etc.
Awesome, thanks :-)
commit IRC logs to $webspace?
``Sir Humphrey: The ship of state, Bernard, is the only ship
that leaks from the top.
On top of those, can I suggest a facebook group, and events and shit
being created by the group, so they end up in my calendar?
``There are two ways of constructing a software design. One way is to make
it so simple that there are obviously no deficiencies and the other is to
make it so complicated that there are no obvious deficiencies.'' (C. Hoare)
> What, you mean like 001337 ?
Uncertain quite what you meant (what are the zeroes doing?), I Googled
this and discovered that it's the NASA GRIN id for President Lyndon
Johnson meeting astronauts after the Gemini IV mission.
I suspect this isn't what you mean :)
> I think it just wasn't at all funny ;p 007 1337 - 00(133)7 - 007 is
> british.... I'll get my coat.
Ah, now I get it -- think the brackets were needed or something :-)