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"Why can't we just use /usr/bin/node?!" --- An introduction to Javascript in Debian #442

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ehashman opened this Issue Sep 30, 2017 · 1 comment

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ehashman commented Sep 30, 2017

BrooklynJS Talk Submission

Talk Title: "Why can't we just use /usr/bin/node?!" --- An introduction to Javascript in Debian

Talk Description: What is the Debian project? Why does it matter? How does Debian package and distribute Javascript code? And why are its policies so seemingly outdated and opaque? In this talk, I'll introduce the audience to Debian and the Debian Javascript team, share some of the history and challenges of the team, and invite community members to get involved with the project.

Name: Elana Hashman

Twitter Handle (optional): @ehashdn

Website (optional): https://hashman.ca/talks

Months Available to Speak: November, but I'm happy to try to figure out other availability if that doesn't work

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paladique commented Nov 2, 2017

We're excited to have you in our talk lineup this month! 🎉 We'll be sending you an email with speaker logistics soon.

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