May Perl Mongers Meeting
'brett at shadowed.net'
brett at shadowed.net
Mon May 20 14:23:50 CDT 2002
Since I have already told NLUG to go ahead with the B&P on Tuesday, and
told the scheduled speaker that the meeting was off, I would rather not
make another last minute change. I think we should just go with the
informal B&P with NLUG this month, and return to the usual meeting
format in July. If anyone would much rather have the formal meeting(if
you can call it formal) please, speak up.
On Mon, May 20, 2002 at 10:37:45AM -0500, Mancini, Peter M wrote:
> Hi All, I was in Spain for the past couple of weeks and unexpectedly in the
> UK the past 2 days. The meeting was pre-arranged and the space is still
> available. I'm up for a good Perl Meeting if you all still are. If
> anything perhaps I can discuss how Spain is by far more wired than the UK or
> the US at least where Hotels and Airports are concerned. Spain and the
> Netherlands are the two most wired countries I've been to.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: brett at shadowed.net [mailto:brett at shadowed.net]
> Sent: Monday, May 20, 2002 12:06 AM
> To: nashville-pm-list at pm.org; perl-class at lists.linuxuniversity.org
> Subject: May Perl Mongers Meeting
> There was to be a PM meeting this Tuesday, May 21st, but I have been
> unable to confirm that the meeting space will available and would rather
> not just show up and hope for the best. NLUG (the Nashville Linux Users
> Group) will be having a "Beer and Pizza" gathering at Davinci's (1812
> Hayes Street, Nashville, TN) on Tuesday. Anyone that had actually keep
> up with the fact that there was to be a PM meet Tuesday and planned to
> show up (and those that had not) are invited to join NLUG at the B&P.
> People usually start showing up around 6pm and we usually stay until
> they close (and many times hangout outside will after they have closed).
> If you would like to join us, come by some time after 6 and look for the
> table(s) full of geeks (we are usually pretty easy to find).
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