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#clojure-austin
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norman06:02:11

we need speakers for next meeting

arrdem07:02:06

What are you looking for?

arrdem07:02:33

I've got this going on which may be of interest depending. https://github.com/arrdem/clojarr

arrdem07:02:17

a week should be enough time for me to make it two real features over Clojure :stuck_out_tongue:

arrdem07:02:45

alternatively I could do a "pldb as fake datomic" talk from https://github.com/arrdem/spitfire (a database for backing a game implemented using pldb heavily)

norman21:02:52

I’ll take either one

norman21:02:33

I’m intrigued by both

norman21:02:06

@arrdem: I’m curious about clojarr, but if that one would benefit by couple more months of development, the pldb one would be great.

arrdem21:02:48

@norman: the pldb one is probably the easiest to give and the most directly interesting.

arrdem21:02:27

would love to give the clojarr talk at some point, but while it's farther along than Ox I don't think it's quite prime time ready yet.

norman21:02:56

Sounds good. I’ll see if I can get a short talk to put in front. Yours can be short or long