So anyone fancy doing a talk?
mwk at stray-toaster.co.uk
Thu Aug 23 10:11:26 CDT 2001
On Thu, Aug 23, 2001 at 03:45:21PM +0100, Steve Rushe wrote:
> Afternoon all
> Now that we've sorted out when the next meeting is, yay, does anyone
> know what we're going to do? Does anyone want to volunteer to do a quick
> talk on something such as their favourite module, things they're working
> on in perl or "Inline::Webchat", for example?
An idea has been mooted to me, but I feel it better to let them speak
for themselves!! (hint hint hint)
As for me, errr, possibly, but I would like something suitable quirky to
speak on. Howsabout a lightning talk idea? That way you can show scant
knowledge, but impress over a short time, then melt into the
(inevitable) crowd that will be there cheering you on....
> I'll probably parade a few possible candidates for the web site as I'm
> planning on doing little over the next weekend other that working on it.
> (This being down to my currently very sore shoulder stopping me from
> moving the furniture around. I've just moved, I don't move furniture for
<wielding out of responsibilities>
go on, Steve....
> If not, we'll probably meet up and then end up staring at each other for
> a while before going to the pub. I'll also probably bug people on the
> best namespaces for a couple of modules I'm working on, all of which
> have strange temporary names because I can't make up my mind :(
Namespaces you say? Sounds serious....
> ps. If Marc starts answering this, please try to answer one of the
> questions I've asked before the inevitable wind-up ;)
damn! too late! I *was* going to ignore it and push my own agenda. Now
that you (Steve) is in charge, I can be a subversive....
horray! (I must stop using that)
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