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DotGNU Meet-a-thon III
By S11 or sirian, Section News
Posted on Mon Jan 13th, 2003 at 10:07:12 GMT
``Made it work, now making it work better''

The DotGNU meet-a-thon III is being organized by the DotGNU developer community to meet and interact with the rest of the world. The DotGNU project has come into it's second year and is still growing stronger. The project has had a reasonably prosperous 2002, and has started taking solid shape.


We've built a yet another Quarter million lines in the past year and the entire project counts to more than half-a-million lines of code as of now.

Now, the time's come to take stock of what we did and what we missed. We would like to know what you think about the project and the code it has spewed into the ether.

So a 36 hour IRC meet-a-thon is being conducted on irc.freenode.net on #dotgnu. The meet is organized as sessions of 4 hours with most major developers logging on according to their timezones. The meeting will be kicked off at 1000 UTC Saturday. It will continue for the next 36 hours and key dotgnu people will remain on the channel to discuss new ideas, meet new people and talk about their projects. Visit our website's most stable mirror at http://gnu.org/projects/dotgnu/.

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