On 29 Oct 2019, at 11:05, tesonep(a)gmail.com wrote:
Yes, I will love to participate.
I think that the most important is to have a good presence as a stand
in the hall.
I will love to do that.
About the talks, we can propose anything, even something about the
We have to analyze what are the things that are applicable to other
languages and technologies, to avoid comments like: "that happen to
you because you have an image".
Also we need to show us open and good to team work with other technologies.
On Tue, Oct 29, 2019 at 10:25 AM Santiago Bragagnolo
<santiagobragagnolo(a)gmail.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
> To whom does not know, FOSDEM is one of the biggest Open source conferences. It is
free, it does not require subscription, and it happens during a weekend (1 and 2 february)
at bruxelles at the university ULB ( https://fosdem.org/2020/practical/transportation/
It requires some human engagement only.
> This is a good place not only for Pharo, but for all open source projects Smalltalk
related. And finally for smalltalk it self.
> On the available rooms where we could show something
> IOT (https://fosdem.org/2020/schedule/track/internet_of_things/
> Allex? maybe you can show some of the things we are doing here?
> Mariano Peck? I don't know if your IOT work is or not open source. But if it
is. it could be a good place for showing
> BigData (https://fosdem.org/2020/schedule/track/hpc_big_data_and_data_science/
> I could propose the EQL experiment with Map reduce? Is it a good Idea? .
> Matteo You could present something on debugging nodes.
> Oleks I remember you had some big data related stuff (sorry for the lack of
detail awareness :) )
> Offray! I think there is space for graphoscope in here. If you can give a talk,
great, if not, i propose my self to be the speaker (of course in that case i will need
some couching and teaching on the usage).
> Debugging Tools
> Matteo! you could also propose your work in here
> Steven You have already a talk prepared no?
> Thomas You have already a talk prepared no?
> Guille I know you are completely out of reach, but, what about your debugging
multi level for the VM? If you want we can propose it together with Pablo.
> Minimalistic / Emerging Language
> Steph with Pharo
> Carolina The bootstraping for minimallistic language is a good talk and it would
not require much preparation since you have already a talk prepared
> Steph/Pablo maybe something on stateful traits?
> Open research tools
> Anne/Nico/Cyril/Julian/Benoit Moose? We have to have a talk on moose. Or even
many. We could propose moose as platform, but i think it would be better to present it by
it fruits. The same as before, i would not mind to give the presentation if couching and
slides are provided.
> Serge PolyMath??
> Nick Lands! Such a beatiful project. Not sure if it completely fit in here. I
think so. Sorry if not :).
> On the pharo stand
> I am doing what is required to have a stand for Pharo this year.
> I will keep you updated, if we got it, i would really like to have posters not only
of Pharo, but also of our more stable and powerful frameworks, the research teams and
enterprises that work with it . And of course I will need some help for the stand
(specially if it happens that i have some talk)
> Maybe we could use this thread for discussing organization and a second one to gather
abstracts and applications.
> El mar., 29 oct. 2019 a las 9:29, Santiago Bragagnolo
>> I could present TaskIT of course, but i don't feel it matching in the
proposed categories. There is not debugging, nor emerging minimalist language nor research
tools. I will check on the other rooms to see if i find a place where i can do it.
>> El lun., 28 oct. 2019 a las 21:00, ducasse (<stepharo(a)netcourrier.com>)
>>> On 28 Oct 2019, at 18:15, Santiago Bragagnolo
>>> That is great. We should post in all of them if possible.
>>> I think that Steven could show object centric debugging, someone (anne maybe?
) present moose. and for minimalistic experimental emerging languages carolina could
propose candle and the bootstrap processes.
>>> I think that Steven and Carolina talks are mature enough after all the
trials, and a moose talk could be really cool. Maybe Julien's SQL or Benoit's
translations should be really good for catching potential students and specially some
investment capital for the team :).
>>> Sadly me i don't have much to show :(.
>>> But if we have the stand i plan to be there.
>>> I could do a presentation of Pharo in the minimalist…. and carolina a talk
showing how to bootstrap.
>>> El lun., 28 oct. 2019 a las 16:41, ducasse (<stepharo(a)netcourrier.com>)
>>>> I do not know in which one we want to participate
>>>> Debugging Tools
>>>> Minimalistic, Experimental and Emerging Languages
>>>> Open Research Tools and Technologies
>>>> How do we coordinate?