June 28, 2004
LSM 2004

Plans for the high-level languages track of the 2004 Libre Software Meeting coming up in Bordeaux include at least one Lisp presentation, multiple Lispy “lightning presentations” (on topics like asdf, simple-streams, XML-RPC, floating point and CLIM) along with potentially some Lisp hacking.

See the LSM 2004 Cliki page for details.

Posted by jjwiseman at June 28, 2004 11:48 AM

For what it's worth, I believe the attendee list on that CLiki page is an underestimate: I think Tim Daly Jr is likely to show up, as well as possibly Pierre Mai, Peter van Eynde; Robert Strandh, Tim Moore, Iban Hatchondo and Matthieu Villeneuve are locals, and so are there by default. Should be a really cool week, even if people will sleep through my presentation (which will likely be on my take on Lisp's Unique Selling Point: Extensibility). Slides on the Web post-meeting.

Posted by: Christophe Rhodes on June 28, 2004 01:07 PM
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