Putting language-specific package managers under the same umbrella as the archetypical Linux ones will result in either achieving a better understanding between them or a lot of petty drama.
Pip pip! Time to get rev our coding engines to a high RPM! We’ll be sure to have a lot of snacks (yum!) to keep our spirits up. Of course, we’ll be apt to get some people who nix our great ideas, but I’m sure that’s just because of a desire to avoid cargo-cult programming.
This seems like a tangled ball of yarn from the go get. It’s possible there will be some gems, but that’s assuming that nobody placed a hex on the conference. Regardless, I’m sure there will be a cabal of mavens in attendance ready to talk about their stack.
Take it easy everyone. Go brew some coffee and watch some asdf videos.
Nah, me and the Guix were hungry–and not for drinks or something chocolately–so we rock-paper-scissor’d, but I threw papers in luarocks so this little coding cabal’ll be getting some spago at the place with the foreign name, Leiningen’s.
Or let’s just play some pac-man.
I submitted a talk, let’s see if I get in!
Now that I think about it, if I don’t get in, I may just release the video on my talks page regardless.
I respect this attitude and think more people should do this. Or we could start RejectCon where you need to certify that your talk was rejected before you’re allowed consideration.
Trying to submit a proposal ends up with an HTTP 500 error for me.