[plt-scheme] No More Boring Code

From: Stephen De Gabrielle (stephen at degabrielle.name)
Date: Thu Apr 9 06:54:02 EDT 2009

That sounds good. Why not use a variety of languages.  Php, SQL, VB?

ps It's not fair to pick on java - it was a step in the right direction.

On 4/8/09, Jordan Johnson <jmj at fellowhuman.com> wrote:
> On Apr 7, 2009, at 3:34 PM, Geoffrey S. Knauth wrote:
>>> ...Hence, the Anti-Boring Code League.  I plan to make T-Shirts.
>>> Anyone feel like improving the logo?
>> Sign me up.  I like the idea.  Here's an alternate idea for a T-
>> shirt.  Gather all the Java code you can find, filter and sort it
>> to produce a top 20 list of the most inane things people have to
>> put again and again and again in their Java code, and then produce
>> a tag map.  Make that the background.  At the center should be
>> something that visually symbolizes extreme boredom.  Put the red
>> circle with the line through it over that image.  Put the words
>> "ban boring code" in some artsy font on the slanted line.  BBC!
> First thing that popped into my head, for the background:  Get a
> dense block of code, color it grey, and selectively color characters
> black (or red?) to spell (in bigger words, a la DrScheme's "Insert
> Large Letters") "blah blah blah"...
> jmj
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