I'm glad to see that my Questions Five Ways posts are starting to draw comments and that the discussions are starting to get some legs of there own. Part of a comment on the Code Reading post really stood out to me:
"Your post also prompted me to think about having group code reading sessions, where we can pick up a small open source project or a part of a larger project and then try to understand it in a group. Perhaps like a 'code reading dojo'." -Parag Shah
"You know what would be fun? A 'code of the week' reading club. I'd love to have a formal excuse to dive into code, learn what others are seeing in it, and get exposed to a wider range of code since I wouldn't be the only one deciding what to read."
So, what do you think? Would code reading be better/more fun/more useful as a group effort? Would you rather participate in person, or on a mailing list/blog?