Re: [dpsg-nyc] Re: Agendas
> - It was thought that the online discussion would be far richer andmore
>comfortable by starting in person since this process is new for most of us.Hello Eric,
>As I understand, the online discussion still to happen.
I spoke with Alvin, who moderated the meeting last week. He's in favor of
conducting the study group in person next week. If you all agree to this at
today's meeting, I'll update the agenda to reflect this. As always, it is
important that the online agenda reflect what the group is actually studying.
> "1. Did you have a dialogue on the pattern language? If so, what didyou
> -The first half of the meeting was devoted to introductions and the
>Language for Study Groups paperFor
>(http://www.industriallogic.com/papers/kh.html). I missed most of this due
>to my lateness. ("Bad Eric! Bad!") The second hour was an overview of how
>patterns are presented on paper in Design Patterns and off topic discussions
>on operating systems, editors, C++ and Smalltalk. Next week we will finish
>discussing the Patterns language paper and start peeking at the Factory
> I learned a few things, met a few people and got a feel for things.
>myself, the part I witnessed was a little more lecture-like thanYes, we tend to avoid lectures in favor of dialogues. And if someone is
>discussion-like. I think this will shift as people get to know the process
>and each other better.
lecturing too much, please refer them to my Pattern Language for Study Groups,
particularly the patterns: Motivated Modeator and Prepared Participant.
Industrial Logic, Inc.
Joshua Kerievsky, founder