Monthly Archives: July 2014

Suresh’s Response to Vint Cerf

Suresh Venkatasubramanian responds beautifully to Vint Cerf’s request for feedback on how ACM can better serve professional programmers. Read the whole thing! It’s a little funny though that you’re worried about ACM’s presence in the professional world. Many of us … Continue reading

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Voter Feedback

Participants in the ACM/SOCG vote provided lots of insightful feedback, both in the “other” responses to the second and third question and in the open-ended final question. I’d like to show some of this feedback, on both sides of the main question. Please … Continue reading

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A Closer Look at the Voting Results

In which I slice the results of the SOCG-ACM vote along several axes. Continue reading

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Results of the Vote

The community vote on the future relationship of SOCG and ACM has concluded, with roughly 2/3 of the vote in favor of independence. The steering committee, the local organizers, and the program committee co-chairs have unanimously agreed to move forward with independence, starting with the 2015 conference in Eindhoven. Continue reading

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One week to go. Please vote!

Everyone on the compgeom-announce mailing list should have received an email yesterday with a link to the voting site and a reminder that the voting period ends July 15, one week from today. If you did not receive the reminder … Continue reading

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