Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #webwork, 2012-05-08

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14:21 aubreyja Hi - should one of us reply to Rob to thank him for the invitation and let him know that we're discussing if we can field a team or not?
14:22 JohnTravis Yes I guess.  I was waiting to get it all together first.
14:23 mgage that's a good idea.  I'm trying to find alternatives to my going since I'm trying to spend more time on elder care this summer and my schedule is pretty full.  I can work remotely and if it's vital I can probably make it out to Seattle, but I'd like to explore alternatives first.
14:23 JohnTravis BTW, I am sitting in the campus coffee shop trying out the projector against the dark brown wall in a relatively bright room...watching Eric Clapton's Crossroads Festival on Netflix.
14:23 mgage sounds like fun
14:24 JohnTravis Going through w3schools.com.  The video is background.
14:24 JohnTravis Playing with CSS and javascript.
14:24 JohnTravis and testing out the device.
14:25 JohnTravis The dean has agreed for me to be gone so long as I make arrangements for my class.  So I can go if I can arrive later on Wednesday instead of Tuesday.
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15:28 JohnTravis Ok, just sent a reply to Rob.  Copies to everyone.
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