Special Guest Speaker
Rob_Manning at mail.ci.baltimore.md.us
Fri Jul 16 15:58:28 CDT 1999
You raise alot a good points. I was going to suggest
that we look for a bigger venue for "special" guest speaker
meetings. In the back of my mind I just assumed that we could
use a campus room. But perhaps the network connection may not be
necessary - a laptop could be used when hooked up to a 19/21-inch
monitor for a group of 20 people or so. I will definitely make
sure to specify on the website to RSVP should we go ahead with
this. August 3rd is what I had in mind to ask Mark about - assuming the
group is in favor of it.
Rob Manning manningr at tcsnet.net
Senior Systems Analyst Work (410) 396-4963
TeleCommunication Systems Fax (410) 837-0546
> -----Original Message-----
> From: James W. Sandoz; (BIO;FAC) [SMTP:sandoz at umbc.edu]
> Sent: Friday, July 16, 1999 4:11 PM
> To: Manning, Rob
> Cc: 'James Genus Jr'; 'Baltimore PM List'
> Subject: RE: Special Guest Speaker
> > How many would favor this type of arrangement for the
> > next meeting?
> Heck. I'm game.
> I see a problem and an opportunity. Problem: MJD is a Perl Jedi. I
> believe he'll attract far more than the dozen of us who came to the
> original meeting. I suggest that on the web page announcement you ask
> those interested in attending to respond so that we can have an
> place to meet if needed. I'll check here at umbc....
> Just talked to someone and he needs to know if computers are required.
> There's a problem if they are, since each user would need to be
> temporary access to the system. We _are_ talking about Aug3?
> Opportunity: Here I'm fishing. But it seems that there are a lot of
> companies which just love to throw money at groups such as
> perlmongers. I
> may be dreaming, but does anyone have any idea for leads? Active
> Red Hat? Other?
> Mr. James W. Sandoz, Instructor, UMBC Dept of Biol Sciences,
> 1000 Hilltop Circle
> Catonsville, MD 21250
> voice: (410) 455-3497; fax: 455-3875; net: sandoz at umbc.edu
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