[Pharo-dev] Edge bundles

Ben Coman btc at openInWorld.com
Sun Jul 19 00:29:23 EDT 2015


On 18 Jul 2015 9:37 pm, "stepharo" <stepharo at free.fr> wrote:
>
> <marketing>
> Think Pharo not Smalltalk.
> Smalltalk is dead. Pharo is kicking.
> Do not expect that people will not look at you strangely when you mention
smalltalk.
> And the twist is that Pharo is inspired by Smalltalk
> Stef
> </marketing>

In general I follow this rule but I know Craig does a lot with Squeak so I
was talking more broadly.
Cheers -ben
> Le 18/7/15 15:24, Ben Coman a écrit :
>>
>> On Sat, Jul 18, 2015 at 7:34 PM, Craig Latta <craig at netjam.org> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi Alexandre--
>>>
>>>>> Very nice! I would love to use this for my object memory
>>>>> visualizations[1], so that they can be recomputed live. Have you
>>>>> done any work toward hyperbolic display, as with Walrus[2]? The
>>>>> datasets I work with are sufficiently large that such a technique
>>>>> is indispensable.
>>>>
>>>> We can discuss about this at esug. You are coming right?
>>>
>>>       I was at the first International Conference on Live Coding[3]
>>> instead this year, which happened at the same time. A great gathering! I
>>> hope there's more overlap between that, ESUG, and the International
>>> Workshop on Live Programming[4] in the future
>>
>> I would be interested to know your impressions and potential for
>> Smalltalk here.  What is that community's current exposure to
>> Smalltalk and what are their competing technologies ?
>> cheers -ben
>>
>>
>>> [1] http://netjam.org/context/viz
>>> [2] http://www.caida.org/tools/visualization/walrus
>>> [3] http://iclc.livecodenetwork.org
>>> [4] https://liveprogramming.github.io/2013
>>
>>
>>
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