[Noisebridge-discuss] d3.js working session

Dow Street dowstreet at prodigy.net
Fri Mar 2 13:56:27 PST 2012


All,

We've scheduled a d3.js co-working session at noisebridge for next  
Wednesday (3/7).

http://www.meetup.com/Bay-Area-d3-User-Group/events/54700892/

R,
Dow



On Feb 12, 2012, at 8:26 PM, Josh Gourneau wrote:

> I would certainly attend these events if they go down.
>
> Joshua Gourneau
> http://josh.gourneau.com
>
>
>
> On Sun, Feb 12, 2012 at 7:45 PM, Dow Street <dowstreet at prodigy.net>  
> wrote:
>>
>> On Feb 11, 2012, at 4:09 PM, Jonathan Lassoff wrote:
>>
>>> On Sat, Feb 11, 2012 at 12:50 PM, Dow Street <dowstreet at prodigy.net>
>>> wrote:
>>>> Hi.  I'm Dow Street - I'm not currently a member of noisebridge,  
>>>> but
>>>> I've been to the space a number of times over the years.  I'm
>>>> interested in setting up a (potentially recurring) co-working type
>>>> session focused on data visualization, and specifically, the d3.js
>>>> library.  I used to occasionally stop by for the recurring django
>>>> meetings - something like that is what I have in mind.
>>>>
>>>> Does this sound ok with folks?  I'll be sure to check the event
>>>> calendar for conflicts - probably shoot for a time in the afternoon
>>>> on
>>>> Tuesday or Wednesday, and start with a small group so that everyone
>>>> can meet others at the space.  Of course, if there are any
>>>> noisebridge
>>>> members who are interested in datavis / d3.js and want to help
>>>> coordinate something like this then I'd love to chat (assuming  
>>>> others
>>>> think it is a good idea and/or use of the space).
>>>
>>> Hey Dow!
>>>
>>> This sounds pretty cool. Protoviz and D3 are great libraries.
>>>
>>> If you're interested, you might give Matt Bostock a ping and see if
>>> he'd be interested in coming. He's the author of Protoviz and D3,  
>>> and
>>> also lives in the area.
>>>
>>> I'm not sure what data Noisebridge could visualize, though there's
>>> some talk lately about making a web-of-trust like system to share  
>>> keys
>>> to the space. Perhaps a force-directed graph of that tree could look
>>> neat.
>>>
>>> Cheers,
>>> jof
>>
>>
>> Thanks jof - yes, Mike stopped by our previous meeting, so hopefully
>> he will be able to make some future discussions as well.  Will update
>> this thread as maestro suggested once we figure out a date/time...
>>
>> R,
>> Dow
>>
>>
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