[SATLUG] Re: SATLUG Digest, Vol 104, Issue 13

Alvin Schurman alvin.schurman at gmail.com
Fri Sep 21 16:18:20 CDT 2012


Hopefully you get more replies.  I just finished reading "Dreaming in
code," which is a book about software project failure in general and
revolves around a calendar program called Chandler.  Since that read, just
hearing the words "calendar program" makes me sweat.

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> In the last week since the meeting we have had only one reply on doing an
> open source project.  Is a Calendar the wrong thing to do?  Does anyone
> have a project that we would want to do?  Do we not want to do any such
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