Hack Day for SWI-Prolog

#1

Started organizing a distributed hack day via the SWI-Prolog twitter account.
This is a day when folks all over the world work on some project to help the SWI-Prolog ecosystem.

So far 6 folks have said they’d participate.

Date not yet set.

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#2

What about those of us who are not on Twitter? How about using this forum now that we have it.

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#3

Twitter’s been a demonstrably effective tool for growing the community.

Sometimes that has the minor downside that we have to coordinate across platforms.

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#4

So, looks like the hack day will be next sunday, February 17, and we’ll be working on James Cash’s Vue.js + pengines integration

EDIT: Wrong repo! sorry - I’ve made an organization, and cloned the correct one into it

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#5

So, needing something fairly real time to coordinate, Nicolas and I decided we’d use the ##prolog channel on freenode.net IRC.

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#6

Hey Barb -
We’re on IRC on ##prolog (hard to ‘hang out’ on discourse) and have made an organization with the repo to share code. Let me know your github handle, I’ll add you

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#7

It’s happening!

We ended up in ##prolog on IRC.
Good things happening.

It’s evening here, I’m about at end of my computing.

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#8

i missed it. maybe next time

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#9

had a blast, we all learned a lot, it even spun off a side project - Nicolas is making an autoreload tool - you query make, your browser page reloads.

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#10

Sorry about the delay; even though I set “mailing list” mode, your message never made it to my e-mail. (If you know how to make that actually happen please enlighten me.)

I tried creating a github account, but it spat in my face. I’ll try again when I have more time.

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#11

Seems your settings are fine. Possibly they end up in your spam?

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#12

This sounds like a great event I would love to take part of in the future.

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#13

I’m traveling on business, but I think we could organize another one - the first went well!

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