I'm thinking about proposing a talk (or maybe workshop) focused on Ada. My idea is to present it as an old, stable and long-time-proven language that
has most, if not all, features of those new fancy experimental languages that emerged in the recent years. I don't want the talk/workshop to be any
comparison of languages, I'd just like to present many of the great things about Ada ranging from strong typing and safe syntax to memory allocation,
generics, tasks and containers, hopefully incl. some new features like implicit dereferencing and getting and item at a given index.  In general I
want it to be an appetizer and an invitation to join the Fedora-Ada community and this SIG.
What do you guys think? Is it worth it? Would you like such a talk (hopefully ending up on youtube)? And do you have any experience with the
RHEL/Fedora community regarding Ada?
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