[DLSLUG-Discuss] Anyone else up for Durham/Wave tonight?

William Stearns wstearns at pobox.com
Mon Apr 12 11:21:48 EDT 2010

Good morning, all,
 	I'm waffling about going to Seacoast LUG tonight.  I'm rather 
interested both in wave and in setting up my own server for it.  If I go 
I'll leave around 5pm from Hanover.
 	Is anyone else interested in going down?
 	- Bill

Subject: [GNHLUG] Seacoast/UNH/Durham/SLUG - Mon 12 Apr - Hacking Waves

What : Hacking Waves
Date : Mon 12 April 2010
Time : 7 PM to 9 PM
Where: Room 301, Morse Hall, UNH, Durham, NH

   This month, SLUG will feature a sequel of sorts to last month's
meeting[1].  Last month, we explored Google Wave[2].  This month, Rob
tells me we'll be playing with this Wave stuff some more.  The first
choice is PyGoWave[3], which is an Free/Open Source implementation of
the Wave concept and protocols, built using Python and Django.  The
project was started before Google released their own implementation,
and continues to evolve independently, but aims at interoperability.
Rob hopes to be able to demonstrate setting up a PyGoWave site/server.
  If that falls through for whatever reason, the fall-back topic is
Google Wave Robots[4] -- what they are, how they work, and how one
might go about creating them.

   So we'll definitely be going something with Waves, we're just a
little hand-wavy on the specifics.  ;-)

[2] http://wave.google.com/
[3] http://pygowave.net/
[4] http://code.google.com/apis/wave/extensions/robots/

=== About SLUG ===

  SLUG is the Seacoast Linux User Group, and is a chapter of GNHLUG,
the Greater NH Linux User Group.  Rob Anderson is the SLUG
coordinator, and reliably comes up with interesting topics each month.
  SLUG meets the second Monday of every month, same time, same place.
You can find out more about SLUG and GNHLUG at their websites.



  Meetings take place starting at 7:00 PM.  Meetings are open to all.
The meeting proper ends around 9ish, but it's not uncommon to find
hangers-on there until 10 or later.  They take place in Room 301 (the
third floor conference room), of Morse Hall, at the University of New
Hampshire, in Durham.

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