RejectConf

Jacob Harris and I came up with the idea of doing RejectConf. If you
submitted a proposal for rubyconf and got shot down (or just want to
give a talk), send me some info or grab me, Jacob, or Eric H. and
we’ll make it happen.

Tentatively planned for Friday night… LATE. YAY for sleep deprivation!

On Oct 18, 2006, at 10:16 PM, Ryan D. wrote:

Jacob Harris and I came up with the idea of doing RejectConf.

The high-falutin’ term is salon des refusés - a few of these
constituted changes in direction in Modern Art, when the
establishment refused to show the young radicals’ paintings, so they
went their own way, successfully. -Tim

On 10/18/06, Ryan D. [email protected] wrote:

Jacob Harris and I came up with the idea of doing RejectConf. If you
submitted a proposal for rubyconf and got shot down (or just want to
give a talk), send me some info or grab me, Jacob, or Eric H. and
we’ll make it happen.

Where’re we going to meet? It’ll be hard to miss this one.

Tentatively planned for Friday night… LATE. YAY for sleep deprivation!

Ah, I didn’t want to sleep anyway.

On Thu, Oct 19, 2006, Ryan D. wrote:

Jacob Harris and I came up with the idea of doing RejectConf. If you
submitted a proposal for rubyconf and got shot down (or just want to
give a talk), send me some info or grab me, Jacob, or Eric H. and
we’ll make it happen.

Woot, this idea floated around pdx.rb as well, but apparently none of us
had what it takes to make it happen :slight_smile:

I’m excited.

Ben

Ryan D. wrote:

Jacob Harris and I came up with the idea of doing RejectConf. If you
submitted a proposal for rubyconf and got shot down (or just want to
give a talk), send me some info or grab me, Jacob, or Eric H. and
we’ll make it happen.

Tentatively planned for Friday night… LATE. YAY for sleep deprivation!

I’m in, though I won’t be assembling a formal confederation of JRuby
slides…I’ve done them a dozen times already.

On 10/19/06, pat eyler [email protected] wrote:

On 10/18/06, Ryan D. [email protected] wrote:

Jacob Harris and I came up with the idea of doing RejectConf. If you
submitted a proposal for rubyconf and got shot down (or just want to
give a talk), send me some info or grab me, Jacob, or Eric H. and
we’ll make it happen.

Where’re we going to meet? It’ll be hard to miss this one.

This sounds awesome. Assuming they don’t cancel my flight again
tomorrow, I’b be glad to check this out.

On Oct 19, 2006, at 12:17 AM, Tim B. wrote:

On Oct 18, 2006, at 10:16 PM, Ryan D. wrote:

Jacob Harris and I came up with the idea of doing RejectConf.

The high-falutin’ term is salon des refusés - a few of these
constituted changes in direction in Modern Art, when the
establishment refused to show the young radicals’ paintings, so
they went their own way, successfully.

We aren’t aiming that high. :slight_smile:

On Oct 19, 2006, at 5:46 AM, pat eyler wrote:

On 10/18/06, Ryan D. [email protected] wrote:

Jacob Harris and I came up with the idea of doing RejectConf. If you
submitted a proposal for rubyconf and got shot down (or just want to
give a talk), send me some info or grab me, Jacob, or Eric H. and
we’ll make it happen.

Where’re we going to meet? It’ll be hard to miss this one.

Saturday night is when we are going to meet. Where is still TBA.

Ryan D. wrote:

On Oct 19, 2006, at 12:17 AM, Tim B. wrote:

On Oct 18, 2006, at 10:16 PM, Ryan D. wrote:

Jacob Harris and I came up with the idea of doing RejectConf.

The high-falutin’ term is salon des refus�s - a few of these
constituted changes in direction in Modern Art, when the
establishment refused to show the young radicals’ paintings, so
they went their own way, successfully.

We aren’t aiming that high. :slight_smile:

I expect audio records + synchronised slides on the web by Monday for
those of us not going :slight_smile:

+1

Ryan D. wrote:

Saturday night is when we are going to meet. Where is still TBA.

Is this the definitive place to watch for more info? (I came late to
RubyConf today) Is it open to all / is there a limited registration?
Just heard to look at the caboo.se wiki for info, but it looks
super-secretive as caboo.se usual.

Jason Morrison
jason.p.morrison at gmail
Ruby Type Inference for Google Summer of Code
http://soc.jayunit.net

On Oct 23, 2006, at 5:49 PM, Hal F. wrote:

It was pretty cool actually.

Thanks! I’m glad you enjoyed it.

Dr Nic wrote:

The high-falutin’ term is salon des refus�s - a few of these
constituted changes in direction in Modern Art, when the
establishment refused to show the young radicals’ paintings, so
they went their own way, successfully.

We aren’t aiming that high. :slight_smile:

I expect audio records + synchronised slides on the web by Monday for
those of us not going :slight_smile:

It was pretty cool actually.

As for audio/video, I think this summarizes it:
http://youtube.com/watch?v=cnCvpJwKKpw

Cheers,
Hal

On Oct 23, 2006, at 5:49 PM, Hal F. wrote:

We aren’t aiming that high. :slight_smile:
I expect audio records + synchronised slides on the web by Monday
for those of us not going :slight_smile:

It was pretty cool actually.

As for audio/video, I think this summarizes it:
http://youtube.com/watch?v=cnCvpJwKKpw

http://youtube.com/results?search_query=adamkeys

I forgot my camera did video, I forgot my camera didn’t rotate video,
and I don’t know how to work mencoder, so the aspect ratio is all
messed up.


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