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Date: 2001-11-14 (14:19)
From: Sven <luther@d...>
Subject: Re: Receptive Tool Vendors (was: Re: [Caml-list] Jihad)
On Tue, Nov 13, 2001 at 12:16:27PM -0500, Jeff Henrikson wrote:
> > Locale matters somewhat, I'd think. I say this because I live in
> > Boston, and the MIT/Lisp connection is somewhat felt even now.
> > Mostly, in the sense that startups are able to get ahold of Lisp
> > hackers who gripe about how defective Java is. :/ Presumably the
> > same is true in and around Stanford. I guess the Lelisp effort
> > morphed into Caml, so perhaps the situation is better in France?
> There should be a little map with dots where the caml list subscribers are, then we all know where to live, right Neelk?  ;-)  Hey,
> there could be a little voulentary city/state/province/country box on the subscribe page that could feed a program to generate
> pinpricks by getting coordinates from mapquest or somesuch.

Something like the debian developper map at : ?


Sven Luther
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