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- 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 Viewpoints Research Institute. Runs on 22+ platforms, hardware and OS. Now hybridized with the Self language's Morphic User Interface Toolkit.
- More than any website so far, this one implements the largest piece of the original Xerox PARC Learning Research Group's vision for programming and education. Free downloads: run Squeak from in a Web browser (free plugin), software, program sharing/exchange areas, Alan Kay essays.
FTP site: USA, UIUC Squeak goodies library
- Many system extensions, applications.
The Future of Squeak
- By Dan Shafer, The WeTalk Network, Inc. Chapter from book; speculates on how the developers get from where Squeak was to Alan Kay's final Dynabook vision. [PDF]
The Hitchhiker's Guide to ...
- Weblog on Squeak, Smalltalk, and related topics: Croquet, Plopp, Seaside, some Java, T-shirts. By Torsten Bergmann.
- A project to combine mathematics and Smalltalk. Works to 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.
- Weblog on many related topics, by Takashi Yamamiya.
- Information and projects, place to discuss Squeak, and eToys and Tweak scripting languages.
Squeak: The Great Return
- Descriptions, free goodies, links, and the fascinating 'Squeak Scale: Let it Grow: Brief Comparison of Class Library'. English, Nihongo. By Satoshi Nishihara.
- New Georgia Tech Squeakers (students) describe their new projects, from multimedia authoring to advanced Swiki types; and staff list. Funders: National Science Foundation, Siemens, Al West Technology Fund.
- Information for novices on how to get up to speed in Smalltalk. Mostly a collection of prized mailing list notes, some small hacks.
Swiki about Squeak
- Squeak Wiki 2. Mark Guzdial's Squeak Wiki Server, written in Squeak; at Georgia Tech.
- Comanche an open-source web server for Squeak. Swiki is a popular implementation of Ward Cunningham's WikiWikiWeb (Squeak + Wiki = Swiki) that runs under Comanche. Both Comanche and Swiki are implemented by Mark Guzdial's Collaborative Software Laboratory at Georgia Tech. Swiki FAQ. List of Comanche Swikis.
Swikis on coweb.cc
- List of over 40 Swikis at Georgia Tech, all run on Squeak Comanche Web server.
ThingLab for Squeak
- FTP listing of files and Squeak samples.
- Fast growing (over 160) list of Squeak's community.
Yahoo Groups: Squeak
- Mail archive and discussion group.
- By Paul Bissex. Brief article describing Squeak. [Wired 7.07] (July 01, 1999)
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