[Smaug] santa cruz SIGs ?
abcruzww at gmail.com
Wed Feb 28 14:15:52 PST 2007
I'm know there are other people in SMAUG interested in web development
issues, myself included. There's no problem about listing whatever
develops along this line on the SMAUG site.
On 2/26/07, Anthony Ettinger <anthony at chovy.com> wrote:
> Sean Kellogg wrote:
> > Anthony -
> > I haven't been able to find anything like that, but if you do, please let me
> > know. I'm new to Santa Cruz (well, I guess I've been here for almost six
> > months now), so I'm cut off from my usual technology friends, and SLUGLug and
> > SMAUG just don't really "do it" for me. SLUGLug seems way to unorganized and
> > the SMAUG folks are so general in their focus that it doesn't really push me
> > to learn new things.
> > But, I'd love to learn more about the topics you mentioned. You seem to have
> > done a lot of different things in your day. If you can't find a group like
> > you describe, but still have an interesting in attending one, I'd be all for
> > setting something up. I'm just starting to teach myself Flash and I will
> > probably need all the help I can get in terms of accessibility and interface.
> > I might also be a decent resource myself... I've got 5 years of perl
> > programing under my belt and have done some neat stuff with AJAX these past
> > six months. If you're interested, drop me a line.
> > -Sean
> Hi Sean,
> I would be interested - perhaps Smaug will give us a link off scruz.org
> if we start a "WebDev SIG" on this side of the hill.
> I've found a few others -- but nothing local.
> source LAMP and web development best practices - as well as accessibility.
> I don't know anyone on this side of the hill, but perhaps there are
> other Smaug members out there who would be interested?
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