[baltimorepm] [dcpm] Special meeting to discuss DC/Baltimore Perl Workshop
awwaiid at thelackthereof.org
Tue Jul 5 16:13:12 PDT 2011
I'm metro-bound as well, but was hoping to bum a ride from someone.
Preliminary discussions have indicated that Baltimore.PM might be the
primary hosts physically, so I don't mind meeting them a bit closer to
their world. Maybe we can find you a ride too. Also keep in mind that
there will likely be several meetings if the first exploratory meeting
goes well :)
On 2011.07.05.17.35, shawn wilson wrote:
> I would like to join (and see what you guys are all about) but as I'm metro
> bound, I'd prefer a location along the metro green line if at all possible.
> If not, I'll check you guys out next month.
> On Jul 5, 2011 2:30 PM, "Brad Lhotsky" <brad.lhotsky at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm now adjunct faculty at CCBC, Catonsville would be the closest to
> > DC we could get there.
> > On Tue, Jul 5, 2011 at 12:56 PM, Joe Hourcle <oneiros at annoying.org> wrote:
> >> On Jul 5, 2011, at 10:50 AM, John SJ Anderson wrote:
> >>> At YAPC, several of us had a chance to put our heads together and
> >>> discuss our two Perl Mongers groups working together to put on a Perl
> >>> Workshop at some point. Everybody in attendance thought this was a
> >>> pretty good idea, and that the next step was to try to have a
> >>> (hopefully!) larger gathering of interested parties to try to figure
> >>> out how we could make this happen.
> >>> Suggested location, as a place mostly midway in between our two metro
> >>> areas, is the Victoria Gastropub:
> >>> <http://www.victoriagastropub.com/>
> >>> <
> >>> Suggested time is some upcoming weekend (Friday/Saturday/Sunday
> >>> afternoon/evening). I've set up a Doodle poll; if interested parties
> >>> could indicate their availability over the next couple weekends, we'll
> >>> find the best consensus time and go from there.
> >>> <http://www.doodle.com/c73fe9pk3mrru49b>
> >> For anyone taking the poll -- be aware that it's sorted by day, but
> >> not by time within each day, so make sure to read the headings.
> >> And ... anyone have any connections at any of the community
> >> colleges? Some of 'em have some pretty nice facilities, and they
> >> might be interested in hosting, as it'd give them some publicity.
> >> (I know one of the former trustees for PGCC, but then it'd be more
> >> DC-biased ... I think it'd be better to find something more central;
> >> I also might be able to rustle up some connections at UMBC,
> >> but then we're biased in the other direction)
> >> -Joe
> > --
> > Brad Lhotsky
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