SPUG: Next SPUG meeting in Seattle and Bellevue Daytime Meeting
dblanchard at gmail.com
Tue Dec 6 19:01:59 PST 2005
I've gotten several replies from people planning to come to the
daytime Bellevue meeting. Someone has also kindly written to notify me
that Tuesday is the 13th, not the 15th. (I'm still trying to learn how
to read a calendar).
Would any of those respondents be unable to attend if we changed the
daytime meeting to Wednesday the 14th? We have a couple people who
couldn't make it on Tuesday and one who couldn't make it on Thursday.
No one has complained about the noon meeting time, and the only person
to comment on food votes for Dixie's BBQ. Last chance to comment on
time/date or place will be noon tomorrow... I'll do the final
announcement tomorrow night.
Also, I've received two offers for locations for the regular evening
meeting on Thursday. The choices are:
>From Peter Darley:
100 West Harrison
South Tower, Suite 320
The one (small) challenge with this space is that someone will need to stay
in the lobby after the doors are locked, at 6:00 or 7:00 I think, to let
people in and unlock the elevator for them.
Duane says> I think that's reasonable.
>From Colin Meyer:
4th & University
The downsides are:
. street parking is slightly difficult
. no public internet
. conference room only holds 15 comfortably
Duane says> Thanks to both Colin and Peter for volunteering those
spaces. Everyone please write in your preferences if you have any, and
keep in mind this is potentially a long-term decision. I really liked
the meeting I attended at Amazon and want to thank whomever it was
that managed that for us. If you decide that you would like to offer
that again, please let me know.
And the final request: how to add an address to the map.
Click the login button at the lower right of the map (user: spug,
Click "Add Markers" (bottom left corner).
You can add markers by:
1) Clicking on the map (Click)
2) Entering an address (Address - U.S. only)
3) Entering latitude and longitude (Lat/Lng)
Thanks all, sorry for the long message.
On 12/6/05, Duane Blanchard <dblanchard at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I'm happy to announce that the next regular (i.e. evening) SPUG
> meeting will take place December 20th. Andrew, would you mind updating
> the website? Thanks.
> I'm still looking for a venue, but if we need to, I'll host it in my
> one-bedroom apartment. Being close to Christmas and other holidays,
> I'm not expecting a tremendous turnout, but want to make certain those
> who would like to attend in December get a chance.
> I'll provide a brief technical presentation (any requests?) and invite
> each of the rest of you to volunteer also.
> Furthermore, I'd like to suggest Tuesday the 16th of December for a
> daytime SPUG meeting in Bellevue. I'm still open to suggestions for
> location, but propose the following as convenient locations with yummy
> Azteca Mexican Restaurants
> (425) 453-9087
> 150 112th Ave NE
> Bellevue, WA 98004
> Round Table Pizza
> (425) 644-7117
> 15025 24th St
> Bellevue, WA 98007
> Dixie's BBQ
> (425) 828-2460
> 11522 Northup Way
> Bellevue, WA 98004
> None of these offer fast dining and are not as cheap as other options,
> so if that is a concern for anyone, please make it known. I think
> 12:00 noon will work for most people, so unless we hear differently
> plan on that. I'll go a little early and get a table for us, but will
> want to know how many to expect. Everyone can stay as long as they
> There has been a lot of activity on the SPUG map, thank you all. If
> you haven't added your address to the map,
> (user: spug, pass: spugger), and want your location to be considered
> in planning events please do it soon.
> Let's see if we can't build up some Perl Prosperity (thanks Ken) in
> the PS again.
> Thanks all,
> Duane Blanchard
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