emmo at hotmail.com
Wed Apr 4 16:20:10 CDT 2001
> I think it's a good idea (after all I set it up :). Just checked and
> the web-site is still there.
It may be a bit busted. I tried adding my profile and got what looked like
an MS Access error (but I could be wrong).
> Let's take a roll-call and see who's out there. Perhaps a brief
> description of yourself, your location and what you expect of the group.
Paul Henry, lives and works in city centre Manchester, 30 years old,
freelance IT contractor but am trying to jump on the start-up bandwagon. In
reality that means I am working for myself at the moment, working on a
couple of potential start-ups with friends or people met through the First
Tuesday North network. Background in 4GL Application Development and
Testing. Been hacking with Perl for about 1 year.
My Perl Projects:
Some basic http, nntp and smtp clients.
A telnet/web load testing tool - which doesn't really load that much.
A bit of Perl/CGI (I really hate doing this stuff)
WAPI - A Web Services API to make trawling sites for content easier
I'm looking to develop contacts, specifically people interested in working
on local projects; learn more about Perl; and enjoy the occasional social
> I am more interested in a virtual group that meets electronically but I
> can see that meeting face to face a few times a year might be useful.
> If there is enough interest i could arrange for a Perl meeting one
> lunchtime here at UMIST, perhaps extending into the afternoon if there
> is interest.
Sounds good. I'm not far from UMIST.
Paul Henry Cybernetic Entomologist
emmo at hotmail.com +44 (0)7803-723 400 www.non-aristotelian.com
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