[Cuis-dev] Community tutorial meeting

Nicola Mingotti nmingotti at gmail.com
Fri Jan 28 00:22:48 PST 2022

Hi !

I absolutely agree, short video meetings would very useful
to exchange ideas, see whats new etc. I will be there.

I completely agree with Hilaire, the feeling you get working with Cuis
is that (as in Scarface) "The World is Yours" ;)


On 1/27/22 10:44, Hilaire Fernandes via Cuis-dev wrote:
> Hi!
> I fell so enthusiastic about Cuis. It gave me back enthusiasm 
> regarding programming with Smalltalk.
> With Cuis, the limits are your creativity and the energy you put in 
> the balance; Cuis is very rarely an obstacle. For a casual programmer 
> as me it is critical, my time is precious and every minutes spend on 
> Cuis must be productive.
> Thanks Juan.
> Thanks too to its capable, friendly and warm community.
> Because of that enthusiasm, I want to propose to the community the 
> idea of recurring online meetings. Something in a short format, like 
> 30 min once a month, with a given topic proposed and presented by a 
> volunteer chair. It will be like: "Ok, I, Paul, will present for 15 
> min one topic of interest of me with Cuis, then we, the audience will 
> share questions and ideas."
> Short in its duration, it will prove to be effective and focused, and 
> a light constraint. With long meeting, people fall asleep and get 
> bored, and the focus gets loose.
> Moreoever, new users or curious about Cuis could join. Short enough, 
> the meeting could be recorded for reference and documentation.
> It will be a great opportunity to learn and to discover, with a I 
> think a quite good ratio of efficiency, new facets of Cuis and its 
> community.
> What do you think?
> I volunteer to propose topic on my current areas of interest:  
> "Writing book (for Cuis)", "Widget", "DrGeo". I am sure the spectrum 
> of personnel areas of interest is diverse in the community, and I will 
> be interested to learn new things.
> Hilaire
> -- 
> GNU Dr. Geo
> http://drgeo.eu
> http://blog.drgeo.eu
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