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Re: [SLUG] Anyone know of a LISP Users group in Sydney ?
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- Subject: Re: [SLUG] Anyone know of a LISP Users group in Sydney ?
- From: Bruce Badger <bwbadger@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2005 17:13:22 +1000
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On 10/26/05, Mark Jonathan Greenaway <mark@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> james@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> >>Hello fellow SLUGers,
> >>Does anyone know of any LISP user groups in our fair city ?
> >Nope, but I'm willing to get involved with one.
> I'd probably pop along to such a thing largely out of curiousity. I
> think there are many people on this list who have at least had a passing
> infatuation with LISP, or something like it. If you like LISP, you might
> like Smalltalk as well.
And, if Smalltalk *does* interest you, there is a Sydney Smalltalk
user group. We tend to meet on demand (when someone has something
interesting to show), and needless to say we have a mailing list,
which you can sign up for here:
Lispers would also be most welcome :-)
All the best,
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