Re: [Flashcoders] [Ann] Tonight: World's Largest Flex Application

2006-07-03 Thread Andreas Rønning
I wish people wouldn't advertise local events on this list. The grand screaming majority here is nowhere near Sydney and probably won't be anytime soon. - Andreas Chris Velevitch wrote: Tonight, Robin Hilliard of Rocketboots (www.rocketboots.com.au) will talk about the lessons learnt from

Re: [Flashcoders] [Ann] Tonight: World's Largest Flex Application

2006-07-03 Thread Nick Weekes
I disagree. I dont know the full demographic breakdown of the members of this list so I can't comment on the 'screaming majority', but even if there are 1 or 2 aussie coders interested in this I would consider it useful. Andreas Rønning wrote: I wish people wouldn't advertise local events

RE: [Flashcoders] [Ann] Tonight: World's Largest Flex Application

2006-07-03 Thread Dave Watts
I wish people wouldn't advertise local events on this list. The grand screaming majority here is nowhere near Sydney and probably won't be anytime soon. Isn't it easy enough for you to ignore them? I went ahead and gave my blessing to Chris' announcements, because I don't think there's a

Re: [Flashcoders] [Ann] Tonight: World's Largest Flex Application

2006-07-03 Thread Andreas Rønning
I'm relatively certain if there are 1 or 2 aussie coders interested in this they'd be signed up to other lists where the information would be more readily available. This list is global, and as Sydney has a developers group, they should have a list of their own. Sorry, but this is the second

Re: [Flashcoders] [Ann] Tonight: World's Largest Flex Application

2006-07-03 Thread Andreas Rønning
Fine :) Just thought i was being a good watchdog. Let anarchy roam free! - A Dave Watts wrote: I wish people wouldn't advertise local events on this list. The grand screaming majority here is nowhere near Sydney and probably won't be anytime soon. Isn't it easy enough for you to ignore

Re: [Flashcoders] [Ann] Tonight: World's Largest Flex Application

2006-07-03 Thread Weyert de Boer
Dave Watts wrote: I wish people wouldn't advertise local events on this list. The grand screaming majority here is nowhere near Sydney and probably won't be anytime soon. Isn't it easy enough for you to ignore them? I went ahead and gave my blessing to Chris' announcements, because I

Re: [Flashcoders] [Ann] Tonight: World's Largest Flex Application

2006-07-03 Thread Andreas Rønning
You want rude? Try Too many posts on this list are newbie questions! I'm king benign :P There have been points in the past when members of this list get the finger for posting local news, and i didn't see why this was any different. But i stand corrected. - A Weyert de Boer wrote: Dave

Re: [Flashcoders] [Ann] Tonight: World's Largest Flex Application

2006-07-03 Thread Weyert de Boer
Andreas Rønning wrote: You want rude? Try Too many posts on this list are newbie questions! I'm king benign :P That's just as my statement about rude is subjective, everyone has a different definition of a newbie ;-) Yours, Weyert ___

Re: [Flashcoders] [Ann] Tonight: World's Largest Flex Application

2006-07-03 Thread John Dowdell
Andreas Rønning wrote: I wish people wouldn't advertise local events on this list. The grand screaming majority here is nowhere near Sydney and probably won't be anytime soon. Would consistently mentioning the geographic restriction in the email Subject line help accommodate both points of

Re: [Flashcoders] [Ann] Tonight: World's Largest Flex Application

2006-07-03 Thread Gene Jannece
A flash event announment list would solve this quickly. On Mon, Jul 03, 2006 at 11:51:04AM -0700, John Dowdell wrote: Andreas Rønning wrote: I wish people wouldn't advertise local events on this list. The grand screaming majority here is nowhere near Sydney and probably won't be anytime

[Flashcoders] [Ann] Tonight: World's Largest Flex Application

2006-07-02 Thread Chris Velevitch
Tonight, Robin Hilliard of Rocketboots (www.rocketboots.com.au) will talk about the lessons learnt from the world's largest Flex (1.5) application. 6:30 pm for 7 pm start. Details about the group, venue and program are available from http://www.flashdev.org.au. Please also note, whilst the

Re: [Flashcoders] [Ann] The world's largest Flex Application

2006-06-24 Thread David Rorex
Heh, I like this text from their demo page: Experience AFR Access - The serious investor's toolkit with this short video, which takes you through its many features and uses. *Please amend copy as necessary*. -David R On 6/22/06, Arul Prasad M L [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: thanks Chris. ~Arul

Re: [Flashcoders] [Ann] The world's largest Flex Application

2006-06-22 Thread Arul Prasad M L
thanks Chris. ~Arul Prasad On 6/22/06, Chris Velevitch [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: FlexDaddy ( http://www.flexdaddy.info/2006/06/19/afr-access-one-of-the-largest-public-flex-apps-to-date/ ) ttalks about it. Unfortunately, no recording will be made. On 6/21/06, Arul Prasad M L [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[Flashcoders] [Ann] The world's largest Flex Application

2006-06-21 Thread Chris Velevitch
Robin Hilliard of Rocketboots (www.rocketboots.com.au) will talk about the lessons learnt from the world's largest Flex (1.5) application. Mon 3rd July at the Sydney Flash Platform Developers Group (www.flashdev.org.au) at 6:30 pm for 7pm start at the NSW Sports Club (www.flashdev.org.au/venue).

Re: [Flashcoders] [Ann] The world's largest Flex Application

2006-06-21 Thread Arul Prasad M L
sorry, if am being ignorant, but what is this world's largest Flex (1.5) application that you are talking about? Is there some place I can see this? Am not in sydney, so if you dont reply, I'll probably never know about it at all!! Thanks! Arul Prasad. On 6/21/06, Chris Velevitch [EMAIL

Re: [Flashcoders] [Ann] The world's largest Flex Application

2006-06-21 Thread Chris Velevitch
FlexDaddy (http://www.flexdaddy.info/2006/06/19/afr-access-one-of-the-largest-public-flex-apps-to-date/) ttalks about it. Unfortunately, no recording will be made. On 6/21/06, Arul Prasad M L [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: sorry, if am being ignorant, but what is this world's largest Flex (1.5)