[LRUG] The October meeting, what to do?

Roland Swingler roland.swingler at gmail.com
Wed Sep 16 15:37:08 PDT 2009

Hey - I'd really be interested in hearing more about bumps - I saw
your post on the cucumber mailing list about it, but haven't had time
to look into it.


On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 6:29 PM, Brent Snook <brent at fuglylogic.com> wrote:
> 2009/9/16 Murray Steele <murray.steele at gmail.com>:
>> Unless anyone has any sparkling ideas for non-talk based evenings, I suggest
>> we revert back to our normal 2 or 3 talks format.  So, anyone got anything
>> they'd like to talk about?  If you've never talked at LRUG before there are
>> some tips here: http://lrug.org/speaking/tips (even if you have, the tips
>> are still useful).
> I wouldn't mind nabbing a 25 minute slot to give some quick demos of a
> trio of gems I've been working on:
> - baldrick - used for gluing stuff together; can be used to monitor
> RSS among other things
> - numerouno - English natural language parser for numbers ('seventy
> seven'.as_number == 77)
> - bumps - used to pull in Cucumber features from another source and
> also push the results of a run
> Check it out on github if you're interested: http://github.com/brentsnook
> Also, an idea for a future meeting is to run an "Iron Hacks" night.
> This is basically like Iron Chef; there is a theme ingredient,
> everyone gets about an hour to hack something out (pre-prep is
> allowed), stuff is demoed and the top voted are awarded a prize. We
> tried this at the Melbourne Ruby group with the bonjour gems as the
> theme ingredient and it was pretty fun.
> Cheers,
> Brent.
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