SPUG: Re: Hosting SPUG meetings (fwd)

Devin L. Ganger devin at premier1.net
Wed Oct 13 11:53:40 CDT 1999

Pardon the lag on responding to this; it's been a busy week. :)

On Mon, 11 Oct 1999, Tim Maher/CONSULTIX wrote:

> The following note confirms that we could hold our future meetings at the
> SpeakEasy cafe, in downtown Seattle.  I figure this would be an extremely
> popular option for those working in the downtown area, and an extremely
> unpopular option for everybody else.
> So, those (10%) of you on this list who actually attend our meetings,
> what do you think?  And more importantly, can you offer us another
> more suitable meeting place, or a suggestion where we could find one?

Speaking as one of the 90% who doesn't show up (the last one I went to was
the meeting with Larry Wall), I can state that I haven't been showing up
precisely because of the locations.  Granted, being up in the
Monroe/Sultan area, I expect to have to do a bit more driving than the
rest of y'all, but still, very little these days is worth a trip into
downtown Seattle.

Eastside is good.  However, I realize I'm a special case.

Devin L. Ganger, Chief Systems Administrator, Premier1 Internet Services
One zone to rule them all, one zone to find them
One zone to bring them all and in the darkness BIND them...
    motd for mordor.premier1.net, a proposed master nameserver

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