Thank you.

Whatever is on your mind, whether Lisp related or not.

Thank you.

Postby jsmcgd » Sat Jun 28, 2008 4:46 am

I'm very pleased to see a new Lisp forum. I hope it's a huge success. Cheers.
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Re: Thank you.

Postby pTymN » Sat Jun 28, 2008 7:16 am

Agreed!
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Re: Thank you.

Postby findinglisp » Sat Jun 28, 2008 7:55 am

You're very welcome. I just felt there was a need to bring together all this information. I hope people really enjoy it and that it becomes a focus for people. Enjoy!
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Re: Thank you.

Postby MarcusE » Sat Jun 28, 2008 10:29 am

Very nice to see a forum, I agree. Also I must say that the looks of it (layout, colour scheme, etc.) is wonderful. Horray for this. :D
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Re: Thank you.

Postby G-Brain » Sat Jun 28, 2008 11:34 am

MarcusE wrote: Also I must say that the looks of it (layout, colour scheme, etc.) is wonderful. Horray for this. :D


Hehe: http://forum.xatrix.org

At least we got our own logo :lol:


It's still a nice theme though. I don't think it matters much as long as it's easy on the eyes, it's the content that matters.
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Re: Thank you.

Postby findinglisp » Sat Jun 28, 2008 11:37 am

G-Brain wrote:
MarcusE wrote: Also I must say that the looks of it (layout, colour scheme, etc.) is wonderful. Horray for this. :D


Hehe: http://forum.xatrix.org

At least we got our own logo :lol:


Yes, indeed. I spent a lot of time tweaking that layout. :lol:

But yes, the default phpBB layout seemed attractive enough, so I went with it. It didn't seem reasonable to keep the default logo, though.
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Re: Thank you.

Postby malkia » Sat Jun 28, 2008 12:04 pm

Thanks for the forum!

Does the forum come with a set of Pitman, Kenny, The Two Pascals, Joswig, many others and Dr Frog Hopper?
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Re: Thank you.

Postby findinglisp » Sat Jun 28, 2008 12:08 pm

malkia wrote:Does the forum come with a set of Pitman, Kenny, The Two Pascals, Joswig, many others and Dr Frog Hopper?


Not yet, but I'm sure those will evolve, just as they did in other places. :)
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Re: Thank you.

Postby Exolon » Sat Jun 28, 2008 1:11 pm

malkia wrote:Does the forum come with a set of Pitman, Kenny, The Two Pascals, Joswig, many others and Dr Frog Hopper?

I can't wait for the first thread about pathnames that morphs into how Lisp is rubbish because it "doesn't even have pattern-matching over algebraic data-types, can you believe it?" or some such :P
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Re: Thank you.

Postby Unne » Sat Jun 28, 2008 6:20 pm

This is great. I was just lamenting the other day the fact that there is no Common Lisp equivalent of ruby-forum.com or perlmonks or the great community sites other languages have. You're 100% correct that many people will come to a message board who wouldn't come to a mailing list. And comp.lang.lisp has been 75% spam about fake watches and shoes for the past six months anyways.

I hope this forum works, and that it remains newbie-friendly.
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