[yapc] Advertising arrival dinners?

JT Smith admin at yapcna.org
Mon Apr 30 09:37:06 PDT 2012

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I don't have access to the mailing list manager, and I wouldn't automatically subscribe anyone to this list anyway. I think mailing lists should be opt in rather than opt out.

JT Smith
Director, YAPC::NA 2012


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On Apr 30, 2012, at 11:32 AM, Uri Guttman wrote:

> On 04/30/2012 12:25 PM, Dave Rolsky wrote:
>> JT, can you plan to do a blog post on the two arrival dinners some time
>> closer to the event, maybe mid-May? I think it'd be good to get the word
>> out to people that there's some social stuff happening on Tuesday night.
> ditto. what is the list subscription like these days? are all attendees automatically subscribed (i think we used to do that as it isn't spam but useful info for yapc attendees). we used to get much more volume of mail from attendees. now it seems mostly jt (daily!) and replies to him.
> in my experience i would post emails every 2 weeks for the arrival dinners and more often as it got close. hard to get in my head it is in 6 weeks as yapc has usually been later in june (sometimes even extending to early july).
> thanx,
> uri
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