fahree at gmail.com
Sun Oct 29 21:15:40 PST 2006
I'm fahree on skype. I haven't tried a free-software-based VoIP yet
but I suppose we could install a server on bespin, though we might
require user-mode-linux or some such for that.
Thanks a lot to Tril and you for getting the server running!
Local news: I'm trying to start something with Patrick Collison of
CROMA fame who is now at MIT. We intend to start from Ian Piumarta's
pepsi and build something from it: add persistence and a UI, maybe
build mzscheme, CL and/or Slate compatibility layers. Hopefully, we
may recruit more people around here along the way, to build a kernel
of hackers around Boston. Nothing replaces head-to-head communication!
[ François-René ÐVB Rideau | Reflection&Cybernethics | http://fare.tunes.org ]
If a trainstation is where the trains stop, what is then a workstation...
-- Lars Lundgren <d95lars at dtek.chalmers.se>
On 29/10/06, Brian Rice <water at tunes.org> wrote:
> I'd like to try VoIP meetings in order to hash out some ideas a
> little more quickly. It's usually really effective for getting a lot
> of information and nuance passed around, where email and chat are
> less optimal, even though it's obviously pretty bad for record-
> keeping. My contact info is on my website for major IM networks, and
> I'm "water451" on Skype. Free-software-based VoIP is also possible
> but I haven't gotten into it yet.
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