chahn at peregrine.com
Tue May 1 22:57:46 CDT 2001
Seeing as the conference is going to be here, how about
a takeoff on the "Native" bumper stickers:
.... "Perl Native"
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bob Kleemann [mailto:rkleeman at energoncube.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 01, 2001 5:04 PM
> To: Chris Radcliff
> Cc: San Diego Perl Mongers
> Subject: Re: It's May
> On Tue, 1 May 2001, Chris Radcliff wrote:
> > Hi Mongers,
> > I'm finally finished writing the book, so I'll actually be
> able to make
> > it to this month's meeting! If anyone's interested, I can
> regale the
> > group with a tale of hardship and woe entitled, "Why No One
> Should Ever
> > Write a Five-Hundred Page Book. Ever." If not, you can
> always read the
> > result at http://www.globalspin.com/thebook/ -- just a
> first draft so far.
> I've always been interested in this process, so I'm
> interested in learning
> what stories there are to tell, and what traps to avoid.
> > I'll personally buy pizza and beverages for the May 16th meeting in
> > penance for missing so many meetings. Come early to make
> sure you get some.
> > On a lighter note, is anyone interested in talking about
> SOAP and Web
> > Services? They've been on my mind and in the news lately...
> I've been intrested in these since I haven't gotten much more
> than high
> level views of what it can supposedly do and how it can supposedly do
> them. A real discussion of this would really interest me.
> Do you have
> any URL's handy for someone who doesn't know what SOAP is or
> is capable
> > I'd also
> > like to know who's planning to attend the Perl conference.
> We might want
> > to put some t-shirts together; if someone artistic proposes
> a design, we
> > can get Cafe Press (http://www.cafepress.com) to print them.
> I love this idea. If I had some artistic talent I'd be
> drawing something
> up. Anyone have some cool ideas for what might make a good design or
> "Perl Hackers of San Diego, UNITE!"
> "Just A Local Perl Hacker"
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