SPUG: Stas Bekman visiting Seattle in August
jerry.gay at gmail.com
Tue Apr 26 09:15:29 PDT 2005
i don't want this thread to go unanswered. i'd love to see stas in
action, but i'm self-employed, and don't have deep pockets right now.
i'd be happy to chip in, and would even be happy to host Stas (in
Madrona) if it helps keep costs down.
i'm not a big mod_perl user, but i appreciate it's use and am quite
willing to learn more. if there's real interest (unfortunately it
looks like that's not the case) i'll cough up some money, but i can't
fund his visit myself.
let me second andrew's request: does anyone else have interest in
meeting stas bekman and learning more about mod_perl direct from the
source? if so, please respond to the list.
On 4/26/05, Andrew Sweger <andrew at sweger.net> wrote:
> Hello? I'm being serious (no, really). Stas Bekman. Do you work for a
> company that runs lots of mod_perl code? Do you think they could afford a
> couple hundred bucks to buy Stas a flight and a couple nights in a dive
> off Aurora Avenue? He's booking flights now and trying to fill his
> calendar. Here's a great chance to have Mr. mod_perl teach and inspire
> your team to even higher levels of Perl wizardry.
> On Thu, 21 Apr 2005, Andrew Sweger wrote:
> > I've been talking to Stas Bekman (ya know, the mod_perl dude) about
> > visiting Seattle in early August (after OSCON) to give a mod_perl
> > presentation. He is very interested in meeting with local users groups. He
> > is also interested in getting a chance to explore the area and enjoys
> > hiking. Send specific topic requests to me (off-list) so I can compile a
> > list for him.
> > If your company is interested in helping to cover his expenses while
> > visiting, please put me in touch with the appropriate people to make this
> > happen. There may also be an opportunity for Stas to meet with your
> > engineers at your company.
> > Feel free to forward this on to other regional user groups you feel may be
> > interested (please Cc: me).
> Andrew B. Sweger -- The great thing about multitasking is that several
> things can go wrong at once.
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