Where do we meet?!?!
MartinSchneider at TNTSoftware.com
Mon Apr 8 16:09:40 CDT 2002
Might a library meeting room work? Belmont branch has a room for 25 people. The only catch might be branch closing time: 9 p.m. on Wednesdays.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Curtis Poe [mailto:cp at onsitetech.com]
> Sent: April 08, 2002 12:15 PM
> To: pdx-pm-list at pm.org
> Subject: Where do we meet?!?!
> Well, here's the scoop for Wednesday.
> To have a technical meeting, we need a room. I tried to
> avoid scheduling
> another one at ONSITE! because the location of the social meeting was
> Produce Row, a small pub that is not really well-laid out for such a
> meeting. We wound up getting crowded into a corner and
> couldn't really meet
> Other places that have been suggested have been:
> 1. Too far away from the center of Portland
> 2. Too smoky (bummer. I smoke but I didn't want to foist it on you)
> 3. Have regular room reservations for the night we meet
> 4. Have high minimum prices for the room
> In short, finding a place to meet has been problematic. Tom
> Phoenix is
> offering to do a presentation on sorting. He'll cover
> techniques from basic
> to advanced, thus satisfying virtually everyone, but that
> still requires a
> good spot to meet. I've bought an easel and pad for the
> presentation, but
> we still need a spot.
> I *suppose* we could just overrun the Lucky Lab and have Tom
> give a public,
> on-the-spot presentation (we'll call it Guerilla Perl Theater
> :), but the
> Lab might object -- not to mention the fact that Tom might object!
> So, we're looking at a social meeting at the Lab lest someone
> come up with a
> last-minute suggestion. Let's work the phones, kids! If you
> can find a
> meeting spot that gets around the four problems listed above,
> let us know.
> I think we'd be willing to be flexible on the "too far away
> from the center"
> if we can just find a spot.
> Curtis Poe
> Senior Programmer
> ONSITE! Technology, Inc.
> Taking e-Business and Internet Technology To The Extreme!
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