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MailList: UIUC Squeak Mail Index
- See what users and developers write about Squeak.
MailList: eGroups: Squeak
- eGroups squeak mail archive.
MailList: eGroups: powertalk
- eGroups powertalk mail archive: Smalltalk general discussion emphasizing Squeak. Much Italian content.
- New project where we combine Mathematics and Smalltalk. Our goal: explore and promote use of Squeak and Morphic as a major tool in mathematics work.
- Swiki-like system using Morphic objects instead of HTML, pages look the same in any browser, content can contain arbitrary Smalltalk code behind the scenes.
OOPSLA 1999 trip report
OOPSLA 2000 Trip Report
- OOPSLA 2000 trip report by Squeaker John Macintosh includes coverage of Camp Smalltalk 3 (CS3).
OS News: Features: The Squeak Evolution
- Introductory piece: history, some basic features explained, some comparison to other languages.
Russ' Smalltalk et. al. Page
- Small page for amateur smalltalker's like me. I have been climbing the smalltalk learning curve for a little while and I will occasionally place smalltalk code on my site. I'll answer any beginner level smalltalk questions put to me or I will find someone else who can answer.
Siren 2.2 Outline
- Squeak sound/music tools.
- Smalltalk extension for Squeak, introduces the notion of 'interface' in Smalltalk, first developed by Benny Sadeh.
Squeak 2.2 Outline
- System description and release notes.
Squeak Documentation Swiki
- Pages of information useful to first-time users of Squeak, more so Version 2.2.
Squeak FAQ: new
- Swiki-based Squeak FAQ: new as of 1999.08.30.
Squeak News Electronic Magazine
- The first and the only E-zine about Squeak. Latest info on Squeak with either a monthly free email, or a comprehensive CD-Rom edition that prominent Squeak gurus regularly contribute.
Squeak Online Book
- Torsten Bergmann has begun a detailed Squeak Online Book. Already covers many basic topics including Morphic, and scripting.
Squeak Shares Soar!
- A handful of Squeak goodies and links by Helge Horch.
- Free, open source, open research, super portable, new Smalltalk-80-based language, written in itself, by Smalltalk's inventors, the (nomadic) original Xerox PARC, Alan Kay team, now founding the Learning Research Institute. Runs on many platforms, including Linux x86/PowerPC. "Next to universal access, malleability is the prime figure of merit for Squeak. It is our intention for Squeak to evolve." Now hybridized with the Self language's Morphic User Interface Toolkit.
Squeak: The Great Return
- Train kept a rollin', Novice kept a Squeakin'. Cool Japanese site, y'all; by Satoshi Nishihara. Free goodies, and the fascinating "Squeak Scale: Let it grow: brief comparison of class library".
- The most official Squeak documentation, as official as it gets. Password controlled Swiki.
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