Re: India on Rails
- Hi folks,
Thanks Yogi for bringing this up before I did.
I am one of the people involved with organization of Agile India
conferences in India.
I m a member of ASCI (Agile Software Community of India ->
www.agileindia.org) which is a community of Agile enthusiasts and
practitioners in India.
I have been playing around with Rails for quite some time now. And its
great to see people taking initiative to promote it in India.
I dont know who is leading this effort. Would be glad to help out with
Unfortunately, I m in the US right now. But guess will be back before
end of this year.
Keep it up guys. Lets Roll....
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Yogi <yogi.kulkarni@...> wrote:
> We have a bunch of Ruby enthusiasts at ThoughtWorks. I have requested my
> colleagues who were involved in organizing the ASCI conference and other
> ruby fans in TW to get involved in this thread. Hopefully there would be
> some interest.
> I have moved to the US for a year, so won't be able to participate in
> organizing the event this time around (hope this is just the start
> For what its worth, I'd vote for a Ruby conf rather than a Rails one.
> Developer, ThoughtWorks
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
- On 8/17/06, Raghu Venkataramana <raghu@...> wrote:
> Unsubscribe please.
>Um...Whoever is the owner of the list, please don't start moderating.
> This forum seems to not have a moderator or the moderator doesn't seem to be
> working diligently to maintain the decorum of good forums.
Obvious reason: The moderator cannot be moderated.
Less obvious reason: Waiting for a day to get a mail approved is a
sure way of getting things done 10x slower.
If the spam problem ever begins on this group, we just have to use
different software. I don't think Yahoogroups has that