There is quite a few "regulars" (some in this photo), that won't make it to Orlando this year.
- Bob Balaban
- Ben Langhinrichs
- Ben Poole
- Darren Adams
- Gary Devendorf
- John Vaughan (jonvon)
- Kevin Pettitt
- Lance Spellman
- Phil Randolph
- Richard Schwartz
- Rob McDonagh
- Rocky Oliver
Still building the list ...
That's quite a lot of people I thought LS can't run without them!?
all of us will miss some of those!
And now: Who will ask the first question in the "Ask the developer" session?
The LSX Toolkit has been fixed, hasn't it? ;-)
Susan Bulloch was talking about auctioning off (for charity, of course) the "right" to ask the first question at "Ask the Developers".
Regarding the LSX Toolkit, yes, it was fixed, but then it broke again.
I'll miss you all as well. As a point of clarification, while I have no idea why most of the others are missing this year, my reasons are purely due to medical issues (family, not mine), and not some change in direction or lack of interest.
Surely that's about half the entire known "Yellow verse"!
Nope, that's actually a bit bigger. But many are in your camp. Not enough Domino work to justify the trip. Ben L is a different story. I have no idea why IBM isn't buying him. His work needs to be in the product.
No guy in the yellow shirt on the end this year either :-(
Even the other universe don´t send out Gary Devendorf
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