Ruby DCamp now has a wiki on barcamp.org
(http://barcamp.org/Ruby-DCamp). If you’re interested, drop by, sign up
as a likely attendee, perhaps post a topic that you’d be interested in
seeing at Ruby DCamp (we’ll have a planning session the morning of day
1). We’ve nearly settled on a venue and time. Ruby DCamp will most
likely be the first weekend in October in Washington, D.C.
We hope that you can join us.
If you’re interested in learning more, you can also follow ruby_dcamp on
Up until Ruby DCamp, Ruby conferences have followed the traditional
speaker-audience model. However, the Ruby community is made up of a
great number of early adopters extremely bright, talented, and
entrepreneurial individuals who are capable of being more than a passive
audience. Therefore Ruby DCamp seeks to enable these individuals to
enrich themselves and one another in the best way possible by providing
an Open Space event where they can decide what matters to them
collectively and to act upon those interests.