SPUG: -E ESPUG launch in 43.5 hours!
tim at consultix-inc.com
Tue Jan 25 02:34:20 CST 2000
I've created links from the main SPUG page to the interim E-SPUG
page, for the convenience of our list readers. Also, please note
that the inaugural meeting of E-SPUG, which Ryan identifies below
by an "hourly offset", will take place this Wednesday, 1/26, at 7pm.
Those of you who have been lurking on this list waiting for an easier
drive to a SPUG meeting, this is your call to action! Be there to
help get this new group off to a good start!
Also, those who have presented topics at SPUG meetings in the past,
who find the E-SPUG location convenient, please consider presenting one
of your previous topics again at a future E-SPUG meeting ! This means
less preparation time for you, with a "re-broadcast" to a fresh audience,
and the benefits of your previous speaking experience to help get
E-SPUG off the ground.
Ryan is E-SPUG Emperor, and he's reachable at ryan at erwin.org.
Go E-SPUG ! ! Way to go, Ryan!
Shorter way to drive, all (E-)?SPUG-sters!
Thanks, David P. !
P.S. There's no law saying that one cannot attend both SPUG and E-SPUG
meetings, or alternate between them, or choose by topic or fluctuating
proximity to location, etc. Not yet, anyway! 8-}
(but Congress is still in session. . .)
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On Mon, Jan 24, 2000 at 03:07:54PM -0800, Ryan Erwin wrote:
> Greetings and apologies from your neighborhood ESPUG Emperor-
> Over the last week or so my webserver got hosed, as a result,
> my mail has been getting bounced and I spent most waking minutes
> getting everything back together.
> More Importantly, the temporary home of the espug on the web is:
> -> http://dbedge.com/espug
> At the espug website, you can find detailed directions and a map!
> Our fist espug meeting will be @ 7:00pm at Lucent in Redmond.
> Our meeting topic is GD, the defacto standard for on the fly
> graphics in perl presented by none other than your espug emperor.
> Lucent Technologies
> 6464 185th Ave NE
> Redmond, WA 98052
> The route to Lucent is:
> * Take 520 East to Redmond-Fall City Road (last exit before the end of
> the 520 freeway)
> * Go Right on Redmond-Fall City Road (east)
> * Straight through 2 lights, then left on 185th Ave (halfway up hill)
> * Go one short block to the top of the hill and the Lucent Technologies
> logo will be plainly visible on the main entrance of the Building (to
> the right)
> * If you get to the fire station, you have gone too far
> * Just walk to the front door and someone will be there to let you in
> from 6:45 to 7:15. If you will be arriving late, please mail me
> rerwin at ricochet.net so I can make arrangements to let you in.
> * We will meet in the Columbia Room
> Thanks, and we hope to see you there!
> -Ryan Erwin [rerwin at ricochet.net]
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