SPUG: complementary groups to SPUG

kellan at protest.net kellan at protest.net
Mon Nov 17 15:34:58 CST 2003

It isn't generically geeky, but for people working with nonprofits, and
other social justice orgs, the Seattle 501TechClub is an interesting
community of tech workers.



On Mon, 17 Nov 2003, Michael R. Wolf wrote:

> Since moving to Seattle last year, I've been fairly narrow in my focus
> of professional networking and technical interaction. I'm branching
> out a bit more.
> Because I have a high affinity for the SPUG group and the SPUG mind
> set, I'd be interested to learn what other groups you find useful as a
> complement to SPUG. I'm not looking for a replacement (there can't be
> one), I really am looking for additions.
> I've even posted links on the Wiki to the other ones I've attended:
>     WSA
>     array(bio)
>     MOSS
> What other ones have you attended that you'd recommend? That you'd
> discourage?
> Thanks,
> Michael Wolf
> [Let's structure this thread as an open discussion for the general
> SPUG community, not just an answer to my question. That way everyone
> benefits.]
> [For extra credit: add info to the "Other Geekly Stuff" section of the
> Wiki (http://spugwiki.perlocity.org/).]
> --
> Michael R. Wolf
>     All mammals learn by playing!
>         MichaelRWolf at att.net
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