Updated web site for the Rebol  developer conference. Includes some info on the talks, speakers and location and a link to the event registration. Be sure to register as soon as you can so I can get a close-to-accurate head count ahead of time.
Also on the registration site, I'm accepting donations to help offset some of the costs (it's unlikely registrations alone will cover everything--I've deliberately kept the registration fee down to encourage wider participation).
At this time, there is help available if accommodation is still needed. Just drop me a line.
Only a week away now, hope to see you there!
A huge thank you to everyone that attended/contributed to Rebol  here in sunny Philadelphia*. It was a blast and there were some monumental presentations. I will update the conference site shortly with links and videos as they become available.
If you did contribute and would attach some links to your talks, please email them to me.
*it is always except for that moment a tornado warning interrupted Ed's talk
I just saw a Rebol conference took place this summer, it's great! Are the videos of the conference available online? I was not able to find them.
Thanks to Brian for organising and editing the recordings!
I suppose I am showing my age by not being able to figure out how to use github, but because of my age I don't care. For the past few years I have been saving any bits of code I have written that might be of use to others, and storing them in the "free stuff" area of http://cobolrebol.com/ where others can download them if they find them helpful. In a few months I will be entering the Age Of Fixed Income and will have less access to reasons to write REBOL code. Since my collection will become more static (as will I), I have copied the useful stuff to a github account called "cobolrebol" where they will remain in perpetuity, to be stumbled upon by some future programmer who will wonder, "What is all this stuff?" REBOL is dead. Long live REBOL.
SWhite - I am 1.5 decades away (at the earliest) from retirement. I've been pondering what to do when I do retire. I think I'll put more time into my innumerable hobbies, one of which is programming. Even though I program mostly for work, there are some home-based projects I'd like to do as well.
I also haven't put in the effort to figure out github. I'd rather build my own system that is as simple as possible and meets my needs.
One of the presenters at the aforementioned Rebol  Talks was a Brian Otto who showed his UI Builder. It's quite cool. https://youtu.be/mjVtXfdTZIQ (direct link). If you're into WASM, check it out. Brian Dickens did a great editing job on these videos, by the way. Very watchable.
Not sure how many here know about NLPP, which is a Non-Linear Performance Pricing tool written in REBOL. We just got a new partner. You may have heard of them: