SPUG: SPUG volunteer coordination mailing list
andrew at sweger.net
Sat Jan 21 16:34:58 PST 2006
Oops. It turns out "spug-admin" is a bad choice for a mail-list name on
the Mailman system. It has special meaning internally to Mailman. I'll
announce a replacement within a few days. For those already subscribed to
spug-admin, you won't need to re-subscribe. Sorry for the delay.
On Fri, 20 Jan 2006, Andrew Sweger wrote:
> I have created (well, actually David Cross created) a mailing list for
> SPUG activity coordination. This is to help support the distributed nature
> of our volunteer efforts without cluttering this list with administrivia.
> The list is publicly archived and anyone is welcome to subscribe.
> Currently, only subscribers may post to the list (but I suspect this will
> need to change at some point).
> To subscribe, please go to the following link.
> Thank you.
> David Golden has published his slides for his Inside-Out Objects talk
> at the recent Perl Seminar New York. Things have advanced even more since
> Damian Conway's Perl Best Practices book; my first practical introduction
> to the concept. I talked to David about visiting Seattle sometime this
> year to give his presentation. He's itching for a PNW visit (perhaps to
> coincide with OSCON '06). Keep your fingers crossed.
>  - http://dagolden.com/talks/20060117_whats_all_the_fuss.pdf
Andrew B. Sweger -- The great thing about multitasking is that several
things can go wrong at once.
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