SPUG: SPUG is *not* dead!
lee at colleton.net
Sun Mar 14 23:42:45 CST 2004
On Fri, 2004-03-12 at 16:29, Michael R. Wolf wrote:
> "I'm not dead yet."
> There *will* be a SPUG meeting next Tuesday.
Great! I'll be there, depending on where *there* is..
> Formal announcement to follow. In the mean time, here's an informal
> > Date: Tuesday, March 16 >
> > Time: 7-9 p.m. >
> > Place: To Be Determined >
To this I recommend Espresso Vivace (mentioned previously)
> > Primary presentation: >
> > The Perl Debugger >
> > by Andy Sweger >
> > >
> > Informal presentations: >
> > Project lightning talks >
> > by all of us >
> > (follow-up "hack session" on Thursday) >
I can give a lightning talk about a CD Library project I'm working on.
I'm wondering if the hack session will be in a physical location or is
it an online meeting?
> Meeting space is valuable. What's your price sensitivity for
> personal contributions toward *rented* space? Many of the
> professional meetings I attend cover this expense by yearly
> membership dues or per-meeting contributions of at least $10.
> I think we could minimize the cost, but as in
> life/business/engineering, there are trade-offs. What do you
I support meeting in free venues like libraries and coffee shops. Ten
dollars per meeting is currently beyond my means. Would there be a
student rate for this fee? I could manage 5$ meeting I think.
Lee Colleton <lee at colleton.net>
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