Student Originated Software 1997-1998

A Software Engineering Course at
The Evergreen State College

Here is a repeat of my earlier note. I thought I'd run it by you all again now that the FABULOUS software fair is over.

Some of you may know of my strange attraction towards the idea of "Robert's Rules of Order -- revised for distributed, asynchonous, virtual meetings" that I mentioned in my book and in other times of weakness.

This as you may surmise is one attempt to design a process for orderly meetings in cyberspace. It is almost certainly to have a strong web component and it may or may not have an e-mail component as well. I don't think that Robert's Rules are that difficult so please don't that be a major obstacle if you're interested. I am assuming that the environment would be Unix and programming would be in Tcl, Perl, Lite, Java, C, or C++ but I'm willing to entertain other possible approaches.

I wanted to let you all know that I am very interested in sponsoring this type of work if any of you (as an individual or part of a small team) are interested in a summer (and/or fall) contract. Please get back to me if you're interested!

I'm certainly willing to discuss these ideas in more detail with anybody who may be interested.


-- Doug

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