[Chicago-talk] The bummer of split lists

Warren Lindsey warren.lindsey at gmail.com
Mon Oct 8 17:59:39 PDT 2007

It's not just split lists that cause this, it is split groups.

Two groups and two lists is silly.  We should just have one group and
alternate months in different locations.  Isn't that how it worked
when it was Chicago.pm and Uniforum meetings?  At some point, the
Uniforum meeting became the dual Chicago.pm meeting.  Wasn't Uniforum
more than just Perl?

I don't attend alot of meetings, but I've attended them at different
venues.  Location is not important to me, but scheduling of a meeting
so that I can get there in time is.  I will attend a meeting anywhere
within an hour of Chicago, if the topic is interesting and I can get
out of work in time to reach that destination.

On 10/8/07, Andy Lester <andy at petdance.com> wrote:
> On Oct 8, 2007, at 7:16 PM, Jim Thomason wrote:
> >> 1-People who don't want to go to the city.
> >> 2-People who don't want to go to the burbs.
> >> 3-People who will go anywhere.
> The Chicago Perl community is more than just who will attend which
> meeting.  What about questions people have about Perl?  Organizing
> events like YAPC?  etc etc etc?  If Chicago.PM was nothing more than
> meetings, sure, it would make sense.  But it's not, and it doesn't.
> --
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