SPUG: Stas Bekman visiting Seattle in August
DeRykus, Charles E
charles.e.derykus at boeing.com
Tue Apr 26 11:45:41 PDT 2005
I'd like to contribute in the $20-30 amount mentioned.
From: Jay Scherrer [mailto:jay at scherrer.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 26, 2005 10:37 AM
To: jerry gay
Cc: Andrew Sweger; Seattle Perl Users Group
Subject: Re: SPUG: Stas Bekman visiting Seattle in August
How bout a book lunch auction. Or what ever they used call it were everybody chips in to a draw. The winner gets a paid lunch with the speaker? Or a book and a lunch?
Either way count me in for Twenty or Thirty bucks.
On Tue, 2005-04-26 at 09:15 -0700, jerry gay wrote:
> 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. ~jerry
> 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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