UT Lisp Users Group?
dcrookston at gmail.com
Thu Jul 7 18:17:49 MDT 2005
On 7/7/05, Josh Coates <jcoates at archive.org> wrote:
> abelson and sussman is a great text and all, but i don't see the wisdom in
> starting a user group around lisp. it's sort of an academic language that
> had is very rarely used in industry and aside from a small crowd of die
> hards, it's really not much more than an fantastic introduction to computer
> science concepts and/or an intellectual toy. oh, and yes, emacs of course.
The reason for starting a lisp user group is so that people who like
Lisp can get together and talk about it. Model airplanes, falconry,
creative anachronisms, and old coins aren't used in industry, and in
fact don't have much practical application at all, but there are still
groups of people who meet to discuss them.
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