SmalltalkHub has been updated on Tuesday, Nov 26, 2013.
Here's the list of changes for this release:
- faster loading by serving pre-compiled css files
- fix for adding team members
- Commit hooks are now fully working and configurable in the project
- Fix for the timeline events in the user's homepage
- Better diffs (it seems to still have issues)
Some words about the new infrastructure:
- Smalltalkhub is now hosted by Inria
- The DB is backed up daily
- SmalltalkHub is now monitored and automatically restarted whenever
something wrong happens (with a crazy monkey that could kill the process randomly during RMoD's office hours)
- Monitoring emails are now sent to RMoD
There will be two days around Moose
- When? 19 and 20th December
- Where? At Inria Lille
The 19th will be presentations related to Moose, while the 20th there will be a Moose Dojo / Pharo sprint in order to enhance version 5.0 of Moose on Pharo 3.0.
More information here
The videos of Smalltalks 2013 are now online.
We are happy to announce version 4.9 of the Moose Suite: http://moosetechnology.org/download/4.9
This is a minor release still based on Pharo 2.0. The differences from Moose 4.8 are:
- The Mondrian engine was removed. The transition to Roassal is now complete.
- Small fixes in Roassal layouts and rendering.
- Small fix in FAMIX regarding manipulation of accesses.
- Small visual fix in Glamour for rendering splitters in tables.
A list of issues addressed in this release can be found here
The Moose Suite 4.9 comes for each platform as a separate bundle:
" A devroom for the Pharo, Squeak, Amber, GST, Etoilé, Seaside, Moose Smalltalk projects & Newspeak as derived language. Smalltalk environments offer a very high development productivity, unmatched by their successors. Come do some pair programming with us and experience yourself the advantages of a real OO environment"
The meetup will take place Saturday, February 1, 2014, from 9AM until 5PM, building AW. This room has 72 seats, a VGA video projector and wireless internet. More information will be available later.
If there are volunteers to record video content, the FOSDEM organization kindly offered to provide needed equipment & instructions. Please let me know if you would be willing to spend some time pointing a camera at a speaker.
Proposals on content and format are welcome.
People interested in running a session should send me an email at stephan ( @ ) stack ( dot ) nl with 'FOSDEM2014’ in the subject and the following information:
- Their name
- The project they are associated with
- A short bio, to be put on the website along with their speaker name
- (optionally) a picture of themselves
- The title of their session (which will go on the website and in the booklet)
- A abstract describing the session in further detail.
- The desired length of the session.
- The desired time slot in which they want to hold the session.
I will send out updates on a regular basis to the lists and anyone stating his interest.
Suggested values for the duration are 55min, 25min, 6m40 (Pecha Kucha). The desired time slot is meant to help you prevent conflicts with other dev rooms in which you might have a talk or your travel arrangements.
There are alternative, non smalltalk-specific tracks available: lightning talk and the main track
The deadline for submissions is December 31, 23:00 GMT+1.
Devroom related URLs: