everything went bad, but all I heard was how amazing it was
(by bad I mean dropouts, forgotten cameras, audio problems, video problems!)
very happy with how it turned out in the end
thanks speakers, organisers and sponsors
thanks for awesome meteor-london last night, if anyone is interested to collaborate on the online learning project the website is http://learningcircle.io/ - as I mentioned, we want to open source, but it will take some time since we have not done this right away
@richsilv did you put this together? A lot upcoming in this release, not sure what to be excited about most.
I am hoping that there will be a way to use Crosswalk on iOS too with these Cordova updates
No, not me! I think it's from somebody at MDG, but not yet formally released.
hey guys, do you know how to do a syntax breaking (big release) for a atmospherejs package? Or is the concept more, that every time a dev is running 'meteor update' he is in charge to check for code breaking changes in the packages?
I think a semver major version bump will do it
ok cool, yes I was thinking about that
@olizilla is the event going to be recorded tomorrow or is this just an informal roundup?
ace, I'll see ya there!
if you need a hand with anything prior just shout
@cwaring you got a talk up yer sleeve?
nothing prepped but could do a Q&A about react, publishing packages or DDP streaming, perhaps
thinking what will be useful for priming hackers
React would be hot
kids love virtual doms
and huffing on nitrous oxide
but i digress
we're digging out the greatest hits
we could abletone
The plan is to layout many ideas, to nudge people to come up with more
great to see y'all last night! @olizilla@alanshaw@liamwooding
MLDN top hits all in one event :)
forgot to ask, did you guys have ideas about a Meteor Camp or similar?