TR - Live audio streams from the conference have been made available at  as mp3 and ogg files. Listen to nearly all talks given in 2005!Thanks to rmax for his work on this audio stream and stever for providing the hardware to send the stream out of the hotel.Some pictures from the conference are posted at http://tclers.tk/tcl2005
The 12th [nearly?] Annual Tcl/Tk conference (Tcl2005), sponsored by COMPANY: Noumena Corporation and [COMPANY: Mentor Graphics], with help from ActiveState, and ExpoTech. Portland, OR, Oct 24-28, 2005.Come to the 12th Tcl/Tk Conference to:
- Learn about the power of Tcl/Tk.
- Present exciting new work involving Tcl/Tk.
- See the latest developments in Tcl/Tk.
- Meet Tcl/Tk researchers and users from academia, government and industry.
- Plan for future Tcl/Tk related developments.
Donal Fellows University of Manchester Clif Flynt Noumena Corp. Ron Fox NSCL Michigan State University Jeff Hobbs ActiveState Corp. Steve Landers Digital Smarties Gerald Lester HMS Software Cyndy Lilagan Eolas Technologies Inc. Arjen Markus WL | Delft Hydraulics
Getting thereAccording to the TriMet trip planner , getting to the Red Lion Hotel from PDX is pretty easy:
- Board MAX Red Line to Beaverton TC
- Get off at Convention Center MAX Station
- Walk 0.1 mile east to 1021 NE Grand Ave
LV So, is anyone attending the conference? If so, please consider adding a wiki page or two telling us what is happening!... and can someone memorialize details here on the Ogg Vorbis audio feed, the Proceedings, and what's left from the Tutorials?
Comments on TutorialsDKF: This year, I went to Richard Hipp's two tutorials on sqlite. They were excellent, and I have to say that sqlite is an interesting piece of software where I recognize many of the design tradeoffs from working with the core. I found it particularly interesting that the way you use sqlite in Tcl is much more natural than the way you do so in most of the other language bindings (e.g. PHP), and that this is deliberate policy on the part of the authors of those bindings. "Fools!" I think. "They've not understood the importance of good and natural interfaces."
MR If anyone cares, I've posted one note about the conference at my blog, with probably some others coming later...anyone else sharing their thoughts? http://www.markroseman.com/blog/ ... time passes... Added a second entry.. permalinks to both posts are  and . Anyone else have any post-trip reports?
escargo 3 Nov 2005 - Now that the conference is over, will there be a proceedings published, or complete papers/presentations made available?
SPB 4 Mar 2006 - To follow up with escargo's question. Can these proceedings be found anywhere? I've looked about everywhere I could think of, with no success in finding them. T'would be a pity for this contribution to be lost to the community.RLH 31-Jul-2006 - Are the presentations going to be published?RLH 06-Sept-2006 - I am persistent. : )MBS 21-Feb-2007 - I'm also curious if the papers or presentations are available.