Edsu has already made a google group so I guess some of the discussion
can also go there:
On 8/15/06, Edward Summers <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> So a bunch of us in #code4lib are thinking of starting up a book club
> to read tech books together, learn from each other in the process,
> and hopefully use a bit of peer pressure to propel ourselves into
> actually finishing a book.
> The first book we're propsing to read is Practical Common Lisp 
> which is available in print and also online. Lisp and functional
> languages in general are enjoying a bit of a renaissance at the
> moment, so we figured this might be a good one to start with. It won
> a Jolt Award , and is also very umm...practical--building working
> code to parse ID3 tags (metadata!) and the like.
> Should we create a google group or something? Any suggested name for
> the group? Is there really any need to limit our membership to people
> in libraries? How about books4code?
> Interested? Suggestions? Bueller? There's a page  on the code4lib
> site, but feel free to respond in here.
>  http://www.gigamonkeys.com/book/
>  http://www.ddj.com/joltawards/
>  http://www.code4lib.org/bookclub