Anniversary Meeting: Tuesday 18th December 2007
oliver.gorwits at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Mon Dec 3 03:50:40 PST 2007
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Once a year Tom gets a rest from organizing a monthly meeting, and so
this time around I'm pleased to have been lent the pointy hat :-)
This year we have a very special anniversary to celebrate; Larry Wall
released Perl 1.000 to the world 20 years ago, on Dec 18th 1987.
So on Tuesday 18th December we'll have our holiday-season Milton Keynes
Linux User Group and Perl Mongers' meeting of 2007. It's an opportunity
to get together and discuss all things open sourcey, softwarey, techy,
fun and irrelevant.
As usual, we'll meet in Wetherspoon's near the railway station:
(note that this is *not* the one in the snow dome)
Please be aware that this date is *not* our usual "last Tuesday of the
month", because of the Xmas holiday, and Perl's 20th Birthday.
I'll show up around 8pm, but feel free to arrive whenever suits you - by
the time I get there a few people have usually arrived already.
see you there,
Oliver Gorwits, Network and Telecommunications Group,
Oxford University Computing Services
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