[Columbus-pm] PM Site and mailing list was "which lib"
shane at lottadot.com
Wed Apr 28 16:32:23 PDT 2010
I'd use google groups for discussion; it lets people use a web interface or their email, their choice. And it's free.
Then meetup.com for the meetings. It's free. We use meetup for our NSCoder meetings and it has worked out well. And it seems to be "viewable" so people are finding our meetings and new people are attending. You can also easily subscribe to the ical/ics files from meetup so you can get the meetings into your calendar app of your choice in a snap (and/or phone,too). For me, if I don't have something in my calendar, I'll never remember about it. And if it's a PITA to get on my calendar, well then forget about it.
I'd create a generic website for columbus-pm (personally, anymore, for such things, I like RapidWeaver, it's quickndirty, but it's OSX only) that contains minimal info and points to GG/meetup. Extra points to put it up on github so that we can contribute to it via a git push.
On Apr 28, 2010, at 10:39 AM, Jonathan Hogue wrote:
> probably not, but I'm not sure it's within our control.
> I am interested in changing the sw for the pm site. drupal is okay...
> was interested in throwing up a custom catalyst site, but that's never
> going to happen. I'm too busy.
> The python group is using meetup for all it's coordination. That's an
> interesting choice, since it is good marketing.
> The ruby group is using google groups (which includes a mailing list,
> which we don't need, but would give us control over this option.)
> What do you all think of those two options?
> On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 10:33 AM, Terrence Brannon <metaperl at gmail.com> wrote:
>> In other news, replies go to the author, not hte list by default... is
>> that preferred?
>> On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 10:15 AM, Jonathan Hogue <jon at hogue.org> wrote:
>>> Is there a way to effectively do a unix "which" on a perl library.
>>>> which Test::More
>>> That would be cool.
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>>> Columbus-pm at pm.org
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