[clug] PSIG meeting 8/8/13

Jamie Carl jazz at funkynerd.com
Sun Aug 11 01:55:20 MDT 2013

By the way, the framework is called Hazaar.  You can thank my 
autocorrect for all the 'Bazaar' references.


On 11/08/2013 1:05 PM, Jamie Carl wrote:
> Sorry to correct you Paul, but I'll be talking about Bazaar, which is my MVC framework for PHP.  Not a CMS. ;) Although you could definitely build a CMS using Bazaar quite easily.
> For those wanting a sneak peek before the talk feel free to check out www.hazaarmvc.com.
> I'll mainly be talking about the more coolerer features of Hazaar that other frameworks for PHP don't have. Like services, delayed processing and real-time signalling. Although I will briefly go over the standard MVC stuff.
> Disclaimer: Hazaar is very young so its not completely mature in places.
> Jamie
> Paul Wayper <paulway at mabula.net> wrote:
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> Hi all,
> I thought I'd let everyone know how the PSIG went on Thursday night.
> Unfortunately, Bob had one of his children develop a fever and had to take
> them to a doctor, so couldn't open up N101 for us.  Luckily, the ANU CS
> students club (or something) was having their OGM that night, so the room
> was open.  I introduced myself as the cat herder for the CLUG and asked if
> we could use the room, and welcomed anyone that was interested in coming and
> hearing a talk about the development of a C library.  So we had four CLUG
> people and another half dozen students, making it quite an interesting meeting.
> I'd like to do more to reach out to the students at ANU, UC and other
> places.  If anyone has any contacts there, please let them know of the
> regular meetings and of the upcoming programme.
> To that end, the next couple of months is looking reasonably good:
> On the 22nd, Richard Lemon will be giving a talk at the monthly meeting
> about the security mistakes that people can make when try to get things
> working.  It's a good talk with lots of amusing and relevant anecdotes on
> how security problems can occur and how they can be fixed.
> Next month, the PSIG meeting on the 12th will feature Jamie Carl, talking
> about his new web content management system, written in PHP (for a change :-) ).
> Then on the 26th of September I'm hoping to convince Bob to give his talk
> about creating a virtual, open-source, cycle-accurate CPU in an FPGA.
> Better still, he's been able to use all open-source software to do it too.
> It's a talk that several people have been pretty keen on, so I think it has
> a lot of broader interest.
> In October for the PSIG meeting on the 10th I'd like Alex to give his talk
> on converting a web site to Django using Selenium to make sure it all works
> the same as before.  This is an idea that I have personal interest in, but
> it's also relevant to many people trying to update and maintain web sites.
> If anyone is interested in giving a talk, please let me know.  It doesn't
> have to be complicated or slick, and it doesn't even have to be about Linux
> :-)  Open Source and programming topics of all stripes are welcome.
> Hope this helps,
> Paul
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