LPM: So ... um ...
Loren.Lang at Columbia.net
Tue Feb 16 13:00:16 CST 1999
This seems to have dropped in mid-indecision...
Are we a definite go for a March 10th lunch kickoff? I vote "groovy". I'd
like to get this nailed into my calendar before my administration decides to
pull one of their notorious last minute managers meetings. ("Hey - there's
an important meeting that you should attend starting 15 minutes ago.")
Anybody have a preference on location?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael Firestone [SMTP:mfiresto at mindspring.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 09, 1999 8:16 PM
> To: lexington-pm-list at happyfunball.pm.org
> Subject: Re: LPM: So ... um ...
> At 02:46 AM 2/10/99 +0000, you wrote:
> >Rich Bowen wrote:
> >> I got lost somewhere in between "I started programming on a Vic 20" and
> >> "I build Perl on a Cray running BeOS". Did we decide on a day and a
> >> venue?
> >> Rich
> >> --
> >> RCBowen.com - rbowen at rcbowen.com
> >> perl -e 'print "Just Another Perl Hacker"; # Eschew obfuscation'
> >No, we didn't. I think we all agreed on a random weekday lunch though.
> >Perhaps this calls for an imperial decree.
> I vote ( okay, so it isn't an imperial decree - I am not an evil overlord
> yet ) for the second Wednesday of every month. Nice, predictable and
> rather arbitrary.
> Mik Firestone mfiresto at mindspring.com
> Evil Overlord Rule #8: If any of my advisors ask why I am risking all on
> mad scheme, I will stop all plans until I have given him a satisfactory
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