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Re: [lsug] The Dojo

From: Paweł K.
Sent on: Thursday, December 1, 2011 1:23 PM
It seems everyone (except for John, who I'm sure voted BitBucket) chose Github.
Is there anyone who wants to help creating the group / organization
(or whatever it's called at GitHub) with moving the repos? Maciej?

         Paweł



On Sat, Nov 19, 2011 at 2:14 PM, Pete Bristow <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Are people OK with sbt + vi/emacs/nano? If so I can provide shells/vms with
> working build systems.
>
> We could also look at bundling the sbt jar and script with the project to
> reduce any setup times.
>
> Pete
>
> On Nov 18,[masked]:10 AM, "Mark Baker" <[address removed]> wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>> I enjoyed it a lot, but it does seem that getting sbt set up is in general
>> a pain :(
>> Other than providing some kind of pre-configured virtual machine (maybe
>> using virtual box as its free and multi-platform) I'm not sure what the best
>> way of solving that is?
>> I did also try and set up my machine before I arrived but it seems that
>> the docs at https://www.assemb...­
>> are out of date? (Tells you to download the wrong git repo for a start)
>> But even with the environment challenges, it was still interesting!
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Mark
>>
>> On 18 November[masked]:26,­ Pawel Krupinski <[address removed]>
>> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi Everyone.
>>> It was awesome to see so many of you yesterday at the Dojo. It was the
>>> biggest Scala Dojo I ever took part in (26 people!).
>>> I hope you had at least as much fun as I did, which is a lot. :)
>>>
>>> Please push the code you wrote or send it to me.
>>> We had issues with SBT not generating IntelliJ module / project files
>>> correctly. Since my time is limited, I challenge you to find a
>>> solution (hopefully one that doesn't require everyone to install
>>> sbt-idea in their home directories, but maybe it's the only one) and
>>> push it.
>>> Couple of people asked why we are using Assembla and not GitHub as our
>>> Git hosting, since everyone's on GitHub. I created a poll, so you can
>>> decide where our code should live:
>>> http://www.meetup...­
>>>
>>> Again I hope you had lots of fun and learned things too.
>>>
>>>      Cheers
>>>      Pawel
>>>
>>>
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