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[ANN] First issue of the "Groovy Weekly" column

Guillaume Laforge-2
Hi all,

I'd like to launch a weekly column on all things Groovy!

"Groovy Weekly" is about news, articles, releases, tweets, mailing-list posts, presentations about the Groovy ecosystem.

For the first issue, I've just posted on my blog here:

And I'm thinking of launching some kind of newsletter that people could subscribe to if they want the news delivered right in their inbox (probably using a service like Mailchimp).

But ultimately, that content will likely end up in the future Groovy website we're working on, in the blog post section.

You can also contribute to that column by posting links and details on this Google Form:

We're looking forward to your feedback about this initiative!

And on behalf of the Groovy development team, let me wish you a Groovy Christmas and a Happy New Year!

--
Guillaume Laforge
Groovy Project Manager
Pivotal, Inc.

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RE: [ANN] First issue of the "Groovy Weekly" column

Ryan Vanderwerf
Nice work Guillaume looking forward to it! Have a great holiday!

Ryan


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-------- Original message --------
From: Guillaume Laforge <[hidden email]>
Date: 12/24/2013 8:04 AM (GMT-06:00)
To: Groovy User <[hidden email]>,Grails Users <[hidden email]>,[hidden email],[hidden email],[hidden email],[hidden email]
Subject: [grails-user] [ANN] First issue of the "Groovy Weekly" column


Hi all,

I'd like to launch a weekly column on all things Groovy!

"Groovy Weekly" is about news, articles, releases, tweets, mailing-list posts, presentations about the Groovy ecosystem.

For the first issue, I've just posted on my blog here:

And I'm thinking of launching some kind of newsletter that people could subscribe to if they want the news delivered right in their inbox (probably using a service like Mailchimp).

But ultimately, that content will likely end up in the future Groovy website we're working on, in the blog post section.

You can also contribute to that column by posting links and details on this Google Form:

We're looking forward to your feedback about this initiative!

And on behalf of the Groovy development team, let me wish you a Groovy Christmas and a Happy New Year!

--
Guillaume Laforge
Groovy Project Manager
Pivotal, Inc.

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Re: [ANN] First issue of the "Groovy Weekly" column

Gavin Grover
Is this Google-hosted weekly column without any facility for transparent comments going to replace open discussions on the Groovy mailing list that has already existed for the past 10 years? I've had to ask this same question before a year ago...
http://groovy.329449.n5.nabble.com/ANN-A-Groovy-developers-community-on-Google-tt5712102.html#a5712119





>-------- Original message --------
>From: Guillaume Laforge <[hidden email]>
>Date: 12/24/2013 8:04 AM (GMT-06:00)
>To: Groovy User <[hidden email]>,Grails Users <[hidden email]>,[hidden email],[hidden email],[hidden email],[hidden email]
>Subject: [grails-user] [ANN] First issue of the "Groovy Weekly" column
>
>Hi all,
>
>I'd like to launch a weekly column on all things Groovy!
>
>"Groovy Weekly" is about news, articles, releases, tweets, mailing-list posts, presentations about the Groovy ecosystem.
>
>For the first issue, I've just posted on my blog here:
>http://glaforge.appspot.com/article/groovy-weekly-1
>
>And I'm thinking of launching some kind of newsletter that people could subscribe to if they want the news delivered right in their inbox (probably using a service like Mailchimp).
>
>But ultimately, that content will likely end up in the future Groovy website we're working on, in the blog post section.
>
>You can also contribute to that column by posting links and details on this Google Form:
>http://bit.ly/groovyweekly
>
>We're looking forward to your feedback about this initiative!
>
>And on behalf of the Groovy development team, let me wish you a Groovy Christmas and a Happy New Year!
>
--

>
>Guillaume Laforge
>Groovy Project Manager
>Pivotal, Inc.
>
>
>Blog: http://glaforge.appspot.com/ 
>Social: @glaforge / Google+
>
>

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Re: [ANN] First issue of the "Groovy Weekly" column

Guillaume Laforge-2

I has nothing to do with the mailing list. Not sure what fuss you wanna make this time. It's just a collection of news that might be of interest for the community.

Guillaume

Le 25 déc. 2013 09:14, "Gavin Grover" <[hidden email]> a écrit :
Is this Google-hosted weekly column without any facility for transparent comments going to replace open discussions on the Groovy mailing list that has already existed for the past 10 years? I've had to ask this same question before a year ago...
http://groovy.329449.n5.nabble.com/ANN-A-Groovy-developers-community-on-Google-tt5712102.html#a5712119





>-------- Original message --------
>From: Guillaume Laforge <[hidden email]>
>Date: 12/24/2013 8:04 AM (GMT-06:00)
>To: Groovy User <[hidden email]>,Grails Users <[hidden email]>,[hidden email],[hidden email],[hidden email],[hidden email]
>Subject: [grails-user] [ANN] First issue of the "Groovy Weekly" column
>
>Hi all,
>
>I'd like to launch a weekly column on all things Groovy!
>
>"Groovy Weekly" is about news, articles, releases, tweets, mailing-list posts, presentations about the Groovy ecosystem.
>
>For the first issue, I've just posted on my blog here:
>http://glaforge.appspot.com/article/groovy-weekly-1
>
>And I'm thinking of launching some kind of newsletter that people could subscribe to if they want the news delivered right in their inbox (probably using a service like Mailchimp).
>
>But ultimately, that content will likely end up in the future Groovy website we're working on, in the blog post section.
>
>You can also contribute to that column by posting links and details on this Google Form:
>http://bit.ly/groovyweekly
>
>We're looking forward to your feedback about this initiative!
>
>And on behalf of the Groovy development team, let me wish you a Groovy Christmas and a Happy New Year!
>
--
>
>Guillaume Laforge
>Groovy Project Manager
>Pivotal, Inc.
>
>
>Blog: http://glaforge.appspot.com/
>Social: @glaforge / Google+
>
>

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Re: [ANN] First issue of the "Groovy Weekly" column

Ben Klein
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On Dec 25, 2013, at 2:13 AM, Gavin Grover <[hidden email]> wrote:

Is this Google-hosted weekly column without any facility for transparent comments going to replace open discussions on the Groovy mailing list that has already existed for the past 10 years?

I may be wrong somehow on this but I think it is only Google-hosted inasmuch as it’s a GAE app (Gaelyk, I’m fairly sure) -- it’s not based on Google+ or anything (at least not that I can tell). It also does seem to have comments. (This is all referring to the first issue, which I understand may be in a different format from whatever the final column will be presented in.)

In any case: Merry Christmas! :-)

Ben

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RE: [ANN] First issue of the "Groovy Weekly" column

Bob Brown
Perhaps we should first have a formal spec for the "Groovy Weekly" column?

I'll kick off the effort...

//
gw : issue+ EOF
   ;
   
issue : title article*
      ;
         
title : text
      ;
         
article : header body
        ;
               
header : text
       ;
           
body : text
     ;
//

BOB
(joking, just joking! Seriously...just joking. Happy xmas to all)



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RE: [ANN] First issue of the "Groovy Weekly" column

Bob Brown
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> (joking, just joking! Seriously...just joking. Happy xmas to all)

And for those of you "behind the Chinese Firewall":

圣诞快乐
(Shèng dàn kuài lè)



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Re: [ANN] First issue of the "Groovy Weekly" column

Guillaume Laforge-2
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Hi all,

I've just created a Mailchimp account and subscription form here:

So if you want to get the Groovy Weekly column right in your inbox every week, please subscribe.

I still need to learn how to send "email campaigns" with Mailchimp, but hopefully I'll find out in a moment!

Guillaume


On Tue, Dec 24, 2013 at 3:03 PM, Guillaume Laforge <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi all,

I'd like to launch a weekly column on all things Groovy!

"Groovy Weekly" is about news, articles, releases, tweets, mailing-list posts, presentations about the Groovy ecosystem.

For the first issue, I've just posted on my blog here:

And I'm thinking of launching some kind of newsletter that people could subscribe to if they want the news delivered right in their inbox (probably using a service like Mailchimp).

But ultimately, that content will likely end up in the future Groovy website we're working on, in the blog post section.

You can also contribute to that column by posting links and details on this Google Form:

We're looking forward to your feedback about this initiative!

And on behalf of the Groovy development team, let me wish you a Groovy Christmas and a Happy New Year!

--
Guillaume Laforge
Groovy Project Manager
Pivotal, Inc.




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Guillaume Laforge
Groovy Project Manager
Pivotal, Inc.