Where can I find Squeak and more information on Squeak?

From: "Dwight Hughes" 
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Subject: Re: Squeak Resources
Date: Thu, 6 Nov 1997 17:41:33 -0600
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| From: David Farber | | -- | | Although we've been told that it will be shut down any day now (but hasn't | been), the origianal squeak site at Apple Research Labs is: | http://www.research.apple.com/research/proj/learning_concepts/squeak

A copy of this is also at http://www.squeak.org in preparation of the eminent demise of the Apple site. It is supposed to grow into a mirror and more of the CREATE Squeak site. Set up by Tansel Ersavas(?).

| The defacto replacement for deprecated Apple site is at the Center for | Research in Electronic Art Technology (CREATE). Here you'll find a mirror | for all the squeak ports, a pointer to the squeak mailing list, as well as | an HTML archive of the mailing list. | http://www.create.ucsb.edu/squeak/ | | The home of the Win32 port of squeak is: | ftp://ftp.cs.uni-magdeburg.de/pub/Smalltalk/free/squeak/ | | The UNIX ports of squeak live at: | ftp://alix.inria.fr/pub/squeak/ | | The OOPSLA 97 Squeak paper by Dan Ingalls et. all is at: | http://www.eval-apply.com/LispOS/squeak.htm

It is also at: ftp://ftp.create.ucsb.edu/pub/Smalltalk/Squeak/docs/OOPSLA.Squeak.html

| Two seperate accounts of the OOPSLA 97 squeak Birds-ofA-Feather (BOF) | session are at: | http://www.tiac.net/users/jsuth/oopsla97/squeak.html | http://www.cc.gatech.edu/fac/mark.guzdial/squeak/oopsla.html | | At the BOF, Betsy Panes Perry suggested that the squeak community look into | the Linux model of large scale, concurrent developement. A paper entitled | "The Cathedral and the Bazaar" describing the dynamic behind the success of | Linux's development efforts can be found at: | http://locke.ccil.org/~esr/writings/cathedral.html | | An introductory Smalltalk tutorial using Squeak can be found at: | http://www.cosc.canterbury.ac.nz/~wolfgang/cosc205/smalltalk1.html | | An interactive archive of the squeak mailing list is under works at: | http://iu.edvz.tuwien.ac.at:9009/Server.home

Another primary resource is the Squeak WikiWikiWebsite at:

http://c2.com:8080/

I encourage everyone to check it out and contribute to extending and refining it. | Mark Guzdial maintains a squeak page pertaining to his varied and sundry | interests at: | http://www.cc.gatech.edu/fac/mark.guzdial/squeak/index.html | | And the Applied Reasoning folk too have a little squeak page at: | http://michael.appliedreasoning.com/goodies/squeak/

You might add the Self sites:

http://self.sunlabs.com/ (primary) http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/oocsb/self/index.html (mirror)

for those wanting more info on Morphic and the ideas behind it, and for more info on a pure prototype-based language and its implementation.

-- Dwight


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