[Noisebridge-discuss] Ludum Dare #23: April 20-23

Xander Rowland xander.rowland at gmail.com
Sun Apr 15 23:52:49 UTC 2012

Hey ya'll,

I am a python newbie and I have heard that events like the Ludum Dare
competition are an excellent place to get up to speed in programming.
I am wondering if anyone else would like to form a supergroup with me
for the Ludum Dare Jam. This is a more relaxed team version of the
original event, where each team gets 72 hours to create a game instead
of 48. Ergo, there will be less white-knuckled keyboard thrashing and
crapping in jars in lieu of visits to the bathroom. Interested
parties, please lemme know what you think.

 - Alexander Rowland

On Thu, Apr 12, 2012 at 2:09 AM, Matthew Balousek <mbalousek at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey folks,
> As I mentioned at the Tuesday meeting, there's a gamejam ("accelerated game
> development event") called Ludum Dare (http://ludumdare.com) coming up next
> week; since the event itself is global and doesn't have any particular
> space, I was hoping to gather some participants together at NB so people
> have a physical space to jam with/near each other for the duration of the
> event.
> The whole shebang starts on Friday, April 20th at 6:00P with the
> announcement of the theme, and ends 48-72 hours later. (There are two
> similar events going on, the Ludum Dare Competition, and the Ludum Dare Jam.
> The short version is that the Competition is a solo endeavor over 48 hours,
> whereas the Jam goes an extra 24 hours and allows teams. More
> info: http://ludumdare.com/compo/rules/)
> -- Matthew R.F. Balousek
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