[Chicago-talk] Organization and Planning for the group
Scott T. Hildreth
shild at sbcglobal.net
Fri Nov 4 06:58:23 PST 2005
On Fri, 2005-11-04 at 06:13 -0600, JT Smith wrote:
> I'm busy for the next few months, but I could give a talk on writing various types of
> mod_perl handlers and filters if anybody is interested? We've just converted WebGUI from
> an Apache::Registry/CGI stack to be entirly mod_perl2 so I have some good experience
> with doing that. I'll be available by February if you want me to take that talk.
I would be very interested.
> On Thu, 3 Nov 2005 17:25:01 -0600
> Jason Gessner <jason at multiply.org> wrote:
> > Hi all.
> > I would like to get some momentum going in the group again. To that
> > end, what if we start throwing out meeting topics and try to plan out
> > our next 3-4 months in a stretch.
> > Performics has offered to be a regular host moving forward, which is
> > great. If other venues open up as well, that is cool, but at least
> > we have a home for a while.
> > I am guessing that november and december are bad months for a lot of
> > people (and we have no topic/plan for november yet!), so we could
> > start planning for dec-march or jan-april.
> > What does everyone want to talk about?
> > Please reply with any presentation ideas that you would be willing to
> > give (or to simply attend).
> > I think our great turnout for the last meeting was due to the cross-
> > language pollination happening, so perhaps we could talk to ChiPY or
> > one of the other user groups to get some more exciting things happening.
> > Thoughts?
> > -jason gessner
> > jason at multiply.org
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