VFP: Anyone interested in a Visual FoxPro Skypecast?

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Scott Scovell and I have been toying with the idea of hosting some Skypecasts on Visual FoxPro.
If you aren’t familiar with the concept you can check it out here (not sure why it is a https link btw).
 
The aim would be to have a few people (say 10-15) join the discussion, which we record and then make available to anyone interested (probably hosted on our OzFoxRocks site).
 
Ideally we’d only want people to join the chat who had an informed opinion. I would act as moderator and keep us on track. We would publish an agenda prior to the Skypecast.
 
Anyway, I thought I’d throw it out there – anyone think this is a good idea?
 
Here’s a potential Skypecast, but we’ll probably have to change the time to suit US attendees
 
 

10 comments

  • Sounds like a great idea! I’m interested, as long as the time differences can be worked out — although I’m often up coding at 3:30 am Florida time. :-)

  • Sounds like a great idea! I’m interested, as long as the time differences can be worked out — although I’m often up coding at 3:30 am Florida time. :-)

  • This is a great Idea. I enjoy roundable podcasts like TWIT more than the interview format. I would love to participate, and would gladly defer to any higher stature VFP authorities. Furthermore, this is an opportunity worth staying up late for.

    ++Alan

  • This is a great Idea. I enjoy roundable podcasts like TWIT more than the interview format. I would love to participate, and would gladly defer to any higher stature VFP authorities. Furthermore, this is an opportunity worth staying up late for.++Alan

  • I’d definitely listen to the recording . With the heavy hitters that have replied here, I don’t know if my input would be worth much :)

  • I’d definitely listen to the recording . With the heavy hitters that have replied here, I don’t know if my input would be worth much :)

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