... is here. Your brain must be able to follow five concurrent interleaving conversations for it to make any sense :-)
In summary I thought it was lots of fun and I think there was some good knowledge sharing, though I must admit everyone on the chat was already sold on Ajax, so there weren't any good food fights. The chat was run using an IRC-like Ajax chat client, and I must admit that I was half expecting it to die/crash midway through the chat just because we were all talking about how great Ajax is. But thankfully it worked just fine (thanks dW folks)!
We had good representation from IBM Rational (Grady Booch, Josh Staiger, Richard Backhouse, Jonathan Ellis, Matt Lavin, myself, others), WebSphere (Jared Jurkiewicz, Pat Mueller), Dojo (Adam Peller), the Eclipse Ajax Toolkit Framework (Bob Goodman, Gino Bustelo), Redmonk (Coté, Anne Zelenka), and several folks from IBM developerWorks, among others. Thanks so much to everyone who joined the chat.
A reminder that Grady will be hosting a chat later today (Thursday, 7 December) on the new Rational products that GA'd on the 5th. I will likely be there unless I end up having too much fun at the annual IBM holiday social. Re: the new products, Simon Johnston of Rational talks a bit about them here.