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Re: Next round of hangouts

Re: Next round of hangouts

From:
Sean Williamson
Date:
2013-06-04 @ 15:34
Hey everyone! We are halfway through the "long" section of the book! 
WooHoo! This means that its time to schedule our next round of 
hangouts.  Based on input from last time; our next hangout will have 
some code sharing and review from the 
WeeklyWrongChalleges(github.com/probablywrong/WeeklyWrongChallenge). 
With that in mind, what does everyone think we should do for a format? I 
figure that this next session will probably run a little longer than 
others due to documentation look up, code revision etc.

Things I would like to do for certain:
Record this hangout so that others can catch up if they cannot 
participate in real time
Let each person drive a little bit to take the group though something 
they have written up to this point(to get feedback)

Does anyone have any additions to my list? Also, when is the best time 
for this? I was thinking potentially tomorrow, but that might be too 
short notice.

Sean

Re: [foray] RE: Next round of hangouts

From:
Adrian Gruntkowski
Date:
2013-06-05 @ 16:53
Given the number of submissions to the challenges, either people are afraid
to share, interest has waned or problems are too trivial and boring ;)

--
Adrian


2013/6/4 Sean Williamson <supernullset@wereprobablywrong.com>

> Hey everyone! We are halfway through the "long" section of the book!
> WooHoo! This means that its time to schedule our next round of
> hangouts.  Based on input from last time; our next hangout will have
> some code sharing and review from the
> WeeklyWrongChalleges(github.com/probablywrong/WeeklyWrongChallenge).
> With that in mind, what does everyone think we should do for a format? I
> figure that this next session will probably run a little longer than
> others due to documentation look up, code revision etc.
>
> Things I would like to do for certain:
> Record this hangout so that others can catch up if they cannot
> participate in real time
> Let each person drive a little bit to take the group though something
> they have written up to this point(to get feedback)
>
> Does anyone have any additions to my list? Also, when is the best time
> for this? I was thinking potentially tomorrow, but that might be too
> short notice.
>
> Sean
>

Re: [foray] RE: Next round of hangouts

From:
Sean Williamson
Date:
2013-06-05 @ 17:00
In your opinion should we bump up the challenge difficulty?

On 6/5/13 9:53 AM, Adrian Gruntkowski wrote:
> Given the number of submissions to the challenges, either people are 
> afraid to share, interest has waned or problems are too trivial and 
> boring ;)
>
> --
> Adrian
>
>
> 2013/6/4 Sean Williamson <supernullset@wereprobablywrong.com 
> <mailto:supernullset@wereprobablywrong.com>>
>
>     Hey everyone! We are halfway through the "long" section of the book!
>     WooHoo! This means that its time to schedule our next round of
>     hangouts.  Based on input from last time; our next hangout will have
>     some code sharing and review from the
>     WeeklyWrongChalleges(github.com/probablywrong/WeeklyWrongChallenge
>     <http://github.com/probablywrong/WeeklyWrongChallenge>).
>     With that in mind, what does everyone think we should do for a
>     format? I
>     figure that this next session will probably run a little longer than
>     others due to documentation look up, code revision etc.
>
>     Things I would like to do for certain:
>     Record this hangout so that others can catch up if they cannot
>     participate in real time
>     Let each person drive a little bit to take the group though something
>     they have written up to this point(to get feedback)
>
>     Does anyone have any additions to my list? Also, when is the best time
>     for this? I was thinking potentially tomorrow, but that might be too
>     short notice.
>
>     Sean
>
>

Re: [foray] RE: Next round of hangouts

From:
Adrian Gruntkowski
Date:
2013-06-05 @ 17:08
My remark was rather a bait to drag people out and see what's happening ;)


2013/6/5 Sean Williamson <supernullset@wereprobablywrong.com>

>  In your opinion should we bump up the challenge difficulty?
>
>
> On 6/5/13 9:53 AM, Adrian Gruntkowski wrote:
>
> Given the number of submissions to the challenges, either people are
> afraid to share, interest has waned or problems are too trivial and boring
> ;)
>
>  --
> Adrian
>
>
> 2013/6/4 Sean Williamson <supernullset@wereprobablywrong.com>
>
>> Hey everyone! We are halfway through the "long" section of the book!
>> WooHoo! This means that its time to schedule our next round of
>> hangouts.  Based on input from last time; our next hangout will have
>> some code sharing and review from the
>> WeeklyWrongChalleges(github.com/probablywrong/WeeklyWrongChallenge).
>> With that in mind, what does everyone think we should do for a format? I
>> figure that this next session will probably run a little longer than
>> others due to documentation look up, code revision etc.
>>
>> Things I would like to do for certain:
>> Record this hangout so that others can catch up if they cannot
>> participate in real time
>> Let each person drive a little bit to take the group though something
>> they have written up to this point(to get feedback)
>>
>> Does anyone have any additions to my list? Also, when is the best time
>> for this? I was thinking potentially tomorrow, but that might be too
>> short notice.
>>
>> Sean
>>
>
>
>

Re: [foray] RE: Next round of hangouts

From:
Sean Williamson
Date:
2013-06-05 @ 17:12
AH; good plan!

On 6/5/13 10:08 AM, Adrian Gruntkowski wrote:
> My remark was rather a bait to drag people out and see what's happening ;)
>
>
> 2013/6/5 Sean Williamson <supernullset@wereprobablywrong.com 
> <mailto:supernullset@wereprobablywrong.com>>
>
>     In your opinion should we bump up the challenge difficulty?
>
>
>     On 6/5/13 9:53 AM, Adrian Gruntkowski wrote:
>>     Given the number of submissions to the challenges, either people
>>     are afraid to share, interest has waned or problems are too
>>     trivial and boring ;)
>>
>>     --
>>     Adrian
>>
>>
>>     2013/6/4 Sean Williamson <supernullset@wereprobablywrong.com
>>     <mailto:supernullset@wereprobablywrong.com>>
>>
>>         Hey everyone! We are halfway through the "long" section of
>>         the book!
>>         WooHoo! This means that its time to schedule our next round of
>>         hangouts.  Based on input from last time; our next hangout
>>         will have
>>         some code sharing and review from the
>>         WeeklyWrongChalleges(github.com/probablywrong/WeeklyWrongChallenge
>>         <http://github.com/probablywrong/WeeklyWrongChallenge>).
>>         With that in mind, what does everyone think we should do for
>>         a format? I
>>         figure that this next session will probably run a little
>>         longer than
>>         others due to documentation look up, code revision etc.
>>
>>         Things I would like to do for certain:
>>         Record this hangout so that others can catch up if they cannot
>>         participate in real time
>>         Let each person drive a little bit to take the group though
>>         something
>>         they have written up to this point(to get feedback)
>>
>>         Does anyone have any additions to my list? Also, when is the
>>         best time
>>         for this? I was thinking potentially tomorrow, but that might
>>         be too
>>         short notice.
>>
>>         Sean
>>
>>
>
>

Re: [foray] RE: Next round of hangouts

From:
Don Morrison
Date:
2013-06-05 @ 17:13
*cough* TROLL *cough* 


On Wednesday, June 5, 2013 at 10:08 AM, Adrian Gruntkowski wrote:

> My remark was rather a bait to drag people out and see what's happening ;)
> 

Re: [foray] RE: Next round of hangouts

From:
Sean Chalmers
Date:
2013-06-05 @ 21:51
Worked though....


On 6 June 2013 03:13, Don Morrison <elskwid@wpw.so> wrote:

> *cough* TROLL *cough*
>
>
> On Wednesday, June 5, 2013 at 10:08 AM, Adrian Gruntkowski wrote:
>
> > My remark was rather a bait to drag people out and see what's happening
> ;)
> >
>
>
>

Re: [foray] RE: Next round of hangouts

From:
Andrew Myers
Date:
2013-06-05 @ 23:17
I've dropped the ball a bit too unfortunately.

What part of the book should we be on by now?

Regards
Andrew 

On 06/06/2013, at 7:51 AM, Sean Chalmers <sclhiannan@gmail.com> wrote:

> Worked though.... 
> 
> 
> On 6 June 2013 03:13, Don Morrison <elskwid@wpw.so> wrote:
>> *cough* TROLL *cough*
>> 
>> 
>> On Wednesday, June 5, 2013 at 10:08 AM, Adrian Gruntkowski wrote:
>> 
>> > My remark was rather a bait to drag people out and see what's happening ;)
>> >
> 

Re: [foray] RE: Next round of hangouts

From:
Phil Cohen
Date:
2013-06-05 @ 16:59
Personally, I've been too busy starting up at a new position to contribute
much and have been falling behind. I'd like to see these continue so that 
I can contribute when I catch up :)


On Wednesday, June 5, 2013 at 12:53 PM, Adrian Gruntkowski wrote:

> Given the number of submissions to the challenges, either people are 
afraid to share, interest has waned or problems are too trivial and boring
;) 
> 
> --
> Adrian
> 
> 
> 
> 2013/6/4 Sean Williamson <supernullset@wereprobablywrong.com 
(mailto:supernullset@wereprobablywrong.com)>
> > Hey everyone! We are halfway through the "long" section of the book!
> > WooHoo! This means that its time to schedule our next round of
> > hangouts. Based on input from last time; our next hangout will have
> > some code sharing and review from the
> > WeeklyWrongChalleges(github.com/probablywrong/WeeklyWrongChallenge 
(http://github.com/probablywrong/WeeklyWrongChallenge)).
> > With that in mind, what does everyone think we should do for a format? I
> > figure that this next session will probably run a little longer than
> > others due to documentation look up, code revision etc.
> > 
> > Things I would like to do for certain:
> > Record this hangout so that others can catch up if they cannot
> > participate in real time
> > Let each person drive a little bit to take the group though something
> > they have written up to this point(to get feedback)
> > 
> > Does anyone have any additions to my list? Also, when is the best time
> > for this? I was thinking potentially tomorrow, but that might be too
> > short notice.
> > 
> > Sean 

Re: [foray] RE: Next round of hangouts

From:
Andrew Wagner
Date:
2013-06-05 @ 17:03
Ditto!


On Wed, Jun 5, 2013 at 12:59 PM, Phil Cohen <phil@wpw.so> wrote:

> Personally, I've been too busy starting up at a new position to contribute
> much and have been falling behind. I'd like to see these continue so that I
> can contribute when I catch up :)
>
>
> On Wednesday, June 5, 2013 at 12:53 PM, Adrian Gruntkowski wrote:
>
> > Given the number of submissions to the challenges, either people are
> afraid to share, interest has waned or problems are too trivial and boring
> ;)
> >
> > --
> > Adrian
> >
> >
> >
> > 2013/6/4 Sean Williamson <supernullset@wereprobablywrong.com (mailto:
> supernullset@wereprobablywrong.com)>
> > > Hey everyone! We are halfway through the "long" section of the book!
> > > WooHoo! This means that its time to schedule our next round of
> > > hangouts. Based on input from last time; our next hangout will have
> > > some code sharing and review from the
> > > WeeklyWrongChalleges(github.com/probablywrong/WeeklyWrongChallenge (
> http://github.com/probablywrong/WeeklyWrongChallenge)).
> > > With that in mind, what does everyone think we should do for a format?
> I
> > > figure that this next session will probably run a little longer than
> > > others due to documentation look up, code revision etc.
> > >
> > > Things I would like to do for certain:
> > > Record this hangout so that others can catch up if they cannot
> > > participate in real time
> > > Let each person drive a little bit to take the group though something
> > > they have written up to this point(to get feedback)
> > >
> > > Does anyone have any additions to my list? Also, when is the best time
> > > for this? I was thinking potentially tomorrow, but that might be too
> > > short notice.
> > >
> > > Sean
>
>
>