SPUG: Meeting preparations
Marc M. Adkins
Marc.M.Adkins at Doorways.org
Tue Apr 16 13:54:15 CDT 2002
Is anyone showing up at either of the pre-meeting locales? I'm new to SPUG,
would like to meet a few people, but if no one is going to be there I'd
rather just go to the meeting.
Marc M. Adkins
MMADKI at Doorways.org
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> From: owner-spug-list at pm.org [mailto:owner-spug-list at pm.org]On Behalf Of
> Tim Maher
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> Subject: SPUG: Apr Meeting: "Damianiacal Modules"
> NOTE: See comments below about pre-meeting Dinner and Drinks
> April 2002 Seattle Perl User's Group Meeting
> Title: "Damianiacal Modules", Part #1
> Speaker: Various SPUGsters
> Time: Tuesday, April 16, 2002 7-9pm
> Location: SAFECO bldg, Brooklyn St. and NE 45th St.
> Cost: Admission is free and open to the general public.
> Info: http://seattleperl.org/
> The theme for this meeting, as well as those for May and
> June (if participation alows), will be a look at some of
> the many modules contributed by Damian Conway to the CPAN.
> The idea is that SPUGsters who are using his modules can
> describe them to us, show us how they're using them in
> their work, and give us a greater appreciation for what
> Damian has made available and how we might increase our
> productivity by using his software. Alternatively, those
> who have merely been *thinking* about using a certain
> module might seize this opportunity to lead a discussion
> on it, to inspire them to learn more about them.
> (There's nothing like committing to teaching somebody
> about something to motivate you to increase your
> understanding of it!)
> Not coincidentally, the timing of these meetings will
> allow any questions that arise about "Damianiacal
> Modules" to be answered by The Damian himself, when he
> visits us in July.
> Those wishing to participate please post a short message
> to the list indicating what module(s) you want to cover,
> how you are currently using it (if so), and for which
> meeting you'd like your presentation scheduled. I'll serve
> as moderator, and get back to you with Module "Bindings".
> Also not coincidentally, those attending these meetings
> will be told how they can help continue the flow of
> Damianiacal Modules, by contributing to The Perl
> Foundation. Please bring your checkbooks along! 8-}
> Here's a list of Damian's currently released modules, from
> which you can pick and choose when designing your
> Damian's CPAN Modules
> The recommended pre-meeting diner is the Cedars restaurant, at
> 50th St. and Brooklyn, in the University District, near the Safeco
> building where the meeting will take place. The phone number is
> 527-5247. If you're planning to be there, please post a message to
> the list indicating your expected arrival time. (Tim is teaching
> "Intermediate Perl" next week, and will be lucky to just arrive at
> the meeting on time).
> As usual, those seeking liquid input may choose to congregate at
> the Bigtime Brewery and Alehouse, to conduct their preparations
> for the 7pm meeting.
> | Tim Maher, Ph.D. tim at timmaher.org |
> | SPUG Founder & Leader spug at seattleperl.org |
> | Seattle Perl Users Group www.seattleperl.org |
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