[tpm] Tomorrow's meeting (was Re: Hi!)
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Wed Feb 27 21:03:44 PST 2008
--- abram hindle <abram.hindle at softwareprocess.us> wrote:
> Do you have projector access? Why not try to do a spur of the moment
> round of lightning talks? Just a few slides, or diagrams on the board, 5
> minutes talk 2 minutes discussion in a FIFO manner?
> Surely the audience has enough problem, ideas, projects they want to
> either discuss of pump/push.
i think that will do it. i.e Perl Questions/ideas we can ask and share.
i could come up with some questions/ideas if i could make it tomorrow :)
> Indy Singh wrote:
> > Totally agree.
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > *From:* Alex Beamish <mailto:talexb at gmail.com>
> > *To:* tpm <mailto:tpm at to.pm.org>
> > *Sent:* Tuesday, February 26, 2008 3:46 PM
> > *Subject:* Re: [tpm] Tomorrow's meeting (was Re: Hi!)
> > On Tue, Feb 26, 2008 at 3:37 PM, Michael Graham <magog at the-wire.com
> > <mailto:magog at the-wire.com>> wrote:
> > There should be a meeting tomorrow, but I haven't yet got the
> > announcement out.
> > We don't have a speaker scheduled, but we typically hang out and
> > discuss tech things for an hour or so and then go get some food and
> > beverages.
> > What do you folks think about doing "social meetings" when we don't
> > have a speaker scheduled? Instead of booking the room, we just
> > meet at
> > a restaurant?
> > I like the idea of meeting (even without a topic) in the classroom
> > -- we can draw things on the whiteboard, hook up laptops to the
> > projector and generally take as much space as we need. It's also
> > good for latecomers, if any -- they know that they can come up to
> > the classroom and join in. If we skip the classroom, people arriving
> > late might not know how to find us.
> > My two cents. :)
> > --
> > Alex Beamish
> > Toronto, Ontario
> > aka talexb
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