SPUG: Future of SPUG?
dblanchard at gmail.com
Thu Oct 20 11:02:32 PDT 2005
Appologies to Jerry, who got this earlier, and has also deleted a lot of
I've deleted all the trash that was spammed on the wiki for this page:
and added a post about daytime meetings. Please edit as appropriate.
We may want to password protect the wiki and make the login info plainly
visible on the home page, just to keep out the bots.
On 10/20/05, Duane Blanchard <dblanchard at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've found a better resource for this than PowerMap, CommunityWalk
> http://www.communitywalk.com, I've created an account as follows:
> user: spug
> pass: spugger
> I've entered the addresses I have, if your address has been sent to the
> list or was listed at http://www.inwa.net/~m3047/<http://www.inwa.net/~m3047/contact.html#contact>(Fred) please log in and confirm your address. For anryone else, if you want
> to add yourself, log in and go for it.
> On 10/20/05, Fred Morris <m3047 at inwa.net> wrote:
> > Ken and Tim (and others) may recall that in the past I expressed
> > opinions
> > on the problems of assuring an orderly progression when the leadership
> > mode
> > is charismatic. That was not then, and is not now, to suggest that
> > charismatic leadership doesn't have its place or is inherently "bad".
> > I got frustrated with what passes for "politics" in these milieus (you
> > want
> > my help now, but you didn't want it then?), and with the
> > inability/unwillingness of people to create effective spinoffs... so I
> > moved on to real politics, and back to focusing on my own business.
> > I should get together with Jay more often, since he lives right down the
> > street. I like arguing about politics with him, too. ;-)
> > --
> > Fred Morris
> > http://www.inwa.net/~m3047/contact.html
> > _____________________________________________________________
> > Seattle Perl Users Group Mailing List
> > POST TO: spug-list at pm.org
> > SUBSCRIPTION: http://mail.pm.org/mailman/listinfo/spug-list
> > MEETINGS: 3rd Tuesdays, Location: Amazon.com <http://amazon.com/>Pac-Med
> > WEB PAGE: http://seattleperl.org/
> Duane Blanchard
> There are 10 kinds of people in the world;
> those who know binary and those who don't.
There are 10 kinds of people in the world;
those who know binary and those who don't.
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