Live LiveCode Code Event looking for presenters

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Wed Jan 26 15:21:30 EST 2011


Anyone wanting to share his or her thoughts with the LiveCode community this Saturday?

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On 26 jan 2011, at 15:54, Mark Schonewille wrote:

> Hi everyobdy,
> 
> The Live LiveCode Code Event is an informal gathering of LiveCode users. The organisers of the Live LiveCode Code Event (mostly Björnke, sometimes me) are looking for people who would like to tell something about their life as a LiveCoder.
> 
> If you are working on something, or have finished a programme, or if you know a few nice tricks, or if you just want to vent your thoughts about a LiveCode-related subject, or if you would like to give a tutorial, we welcome you to give a presentation. Everybody is completely free with regard to the contents of their presentation, as long it is related to Revolution/LiveCode.
> 
> The Live LiveCode Code Events are held on Saturday between 20:00 and 22:00 CET (19:00-21:00 GMT). Usually, we have two presentations. A presentation may last 45 minutes, but shorter or longer is also alright. We use Ustream to broadcast the presentations and we will help you to set it up.
> 
> If you go to http://www.ustream.tv/ and click on Sign Up, you can make an account. At http://www.ustream.tv/producer you can download FREE software that's needed to broadcast your presentation. We use ChatRev to give feedback during the presentation and to chat with each other afterwards. You can download ChatRev at http://bjoernke.com/chatrev .
> 
> You can read more about it at http://livecode.tv . If you have any questions about the presentations, about the event itself, or Ustream, or if you consider giving a presentation, please contact me off-list.





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