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Re: Presentation on Xanalogical Data Structures
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- Subject: Re: Presentation on Xanalogical Data Structures
- From: Jeff Rush <jeff@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 06 Aug 2004 23:51:31 -0500
- Cc: udanax@xxxxxxxxxx
- In-reply-to: <1088593794.19829.81.camel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Organization: Tau Productions Inc.
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Alright I'm back from Vancouver and the presentation. The crowd for my
session was small, 12-15 people, and most had never heard of Xanadu or
anything but the WWW. Sigh. I think it was too technical, too detail
oriented. Anyway, I promised those who couldn't attend, a copy of my
slides. You can now download them at:
They are in PDF and OpenOffice.org format, and have my speaker notes
The Python source code will follow shortly.
-Jeff Rush, Xanadu Cyberarcheologist
On Wed, 2004-06-30 at 06:09, Jeff Rush wrote:
> On August 2nd, I'll be giving a presentation at the Vancouver Python
> Workshop on what I've learned about Xanadu/Udanax over the years. I'll
> be discussing my implementations of tumblers and enfilades in Python,
> and the general architecture of Udanax Green. It's only a 50 minute
> slot so it'll be an overview with a focus on how natually Python lends
> itself to implementing xanalogical data structures. I won't be talking
> about Silver Stands.
> You can read more about the conference at:
> I'd be interested in meeting up with anyone attending who knows (or
> wants to know) a thing about Xanadu.