From the Blog (http://blog.selflanguage.org/2009/09/29/announcing-the-self-handbook/
Documentation is at the heart of any successful open source project
and, as Self wakes from its slumbers, documentation is vital to
providing a way for interested people to learn and participate.
Self has a number of manuals, as well as important published papers,
but these have been available only as pdf.
Three of these manuals (the Programmers Reference Manual, the
Programming Environment Manual and the Morphic Manual) have been
turned into HTML and combined into the new Self Handbook, which is
available to read on line at http://docs.selflanguage.org.
This is quite comprehensive—in pdf form it is at the moment around 140
Read and enjoy!
I was looking at the schedule for upcoming talks in the EE380 class at
Stanford and noticed that David Ungar is scheduled (with an as yet
untitled talk) for September 30:
Perhaps this should be mentioned in the blog so that people who are
close by but don't read this list can attend?