[plt-scheme] Ryan's dissertation

From: John Clements (clements at brinckerhoff.org)
Date: Thu Apr 15 10:23:13 EDT 2010

On Apr 15, 2010, at 6:53 AM, Noel Welsh wrote:

> Since the wiki and blog are both pull mechanisms -- that is, they
> require someone to subscribe to receive content -- I'm of the opinion
> it's better to concentrate your efforts in one of them rather than
> asking your readers to subscribe to two channels. I would also take
> the blog post as an opportunity discuss the results in an informal way
> and to give context that can be difficult in a paper.

Feh.  I thought about most of these, and I agree that none of them seem quite right... Actually, Eli, I think that the PLT Blog might be the right place after all (at 1 post per paper).  The point of the PLT blog, IIRC, is not just to be like an announcements mailing list; when it was founded, I think it was intended to be a typical "here's what we're thinking about, blather blather" blog; that is, a way for interested parties to keep up on what's going on with PLT.


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