[Squeakland] Looking for good souls
gaelli at emergent.de
Sun Apr 23 01:47:35 PDT 2006
On Apr 22, 2006, at 9:41 PM, Bert Freudenberg wrote:
> I actually still think the "one-list-for-all" is best, because even
> if you don't understand half of what is discussed, you at least get
> to know that more advanced topics exist.
> However, I can see how a newbie might be afraid of posting some
> basic question to squeak-dev. So to get new folks to participate,
> I'd make it explicit in the list name that it really is okay to ask
> even the dumbest questions. How about
> Can't get much more inviting than that, can it?
I also think it is important not to end up with a plethora of lists,
so my suggestion is to reuse squeakland for also posing and answering
basic smalltalk questions.
- Kim, would it be ok to ask smalltalk questions on squeakland?
I think one factor of the success of the french squeak list, is that
it focuses on education, be it with etoys or smalltalk.
> - Bert -
> Am 22.04.2006 um 20:49 schrieb Hans N Beck:
>> why not simply squeak-help ?
>> Am 22.04.2006 um 18:58 schrieb stéphane ducasse:
>>> sounds cool.
>>>> In keeping with zen and the importance of approaching the world
>>>> with "beginner's mind", I like squeak-beginners.
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