[kw-pm] Re: February meeting?
Daniel R. Allen
da at coder.com
Wed Jan 28 17:22:09 CST 2004
I see a variety of options, all which I think are doable:
1) bar. beer. coasters. I would hand-wave about module (I won't
bring my laptop to a bar, though we could squint at a paper
printout if we have to..)
2) room/laptop/projector. coasters. I would walk through module,
maybe some discussion about how (surprisingly) easy it can be to
take a CPAN module, make improvements, and release them as your own
subclass module, given a bit of knowledge about OO programming.
2a) assume in advance we are comfortable looking at OO code
2b) starting more gradually with OO usage and/or programming
3) room/laptop/projector. coasters. Beer. same as 2. Depends on policies
on alcohol, whereever we are meeting. I might be able to get an OK for
the 2nd-floor lab we met in previously. People will have to chip in
My own personal preference is for 2a); or 3) if somebody else can
organize the beer (and I can get the room).
So: start gently with OO? start with medium-level OO? You're welcome to
email me personally if you would prefer... I expect what will happen is a
mix of the two, but I do need to know where to start from.
http://coder.com/ - Prescient Code Solutions - (519) 575-3733 da at coder.com
On Wed, 28 Jan 2004, lloyd carr wrote:
> I don't want to pick on Da but I really do think his coaster thing is cool
> If Da doesn't want to present his module, he can just bring the coasters
> to a local bar :-)
> On Wed, 28 Jan 2004, Christopher Calzonetti wrote:
> > Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2004 15:46:30 -0500
> > From: Christopher Calzonetti <elbie at trig.net>
> > To: Daniel R. Allen <da at coder.com>
> > Cc: KW Perlmongers Mailing List <kw-pm at mail.pm.org>
> > Subject: Re: [kw-pm] Re: February meeting?
> > Well, I assumed that since we don't have a topic, we might not need to book
> > a room, but rather, a bar.
> > That is, unless someone wants to give a talk... (hint, hint)
> > UW is fine. Just as long as people know how to get to the room in
> > question.
> > On Fri, Jan 23, 2004 at 11:24:57AM -0500, Daniel R. Allen wrote:
> > > Yes- a meeting sounds like a great idea. The third thursday (19th) or
> > > wednesday (18th)? Location suggestions? (Did the U of W room work?)
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