[Chicago-talk] straw poll

Young, Aaron Aaron.Young at citadelgroup.com
Thu Sep 11 10:57:40 CDT 2003

if the meeting times switched up a bit, that would be more convenient,
monday isn't my favorite day to do things

Aaron F Young
Broker Reconciliation
Operations & Portfolio Finance
Citadel Investment Group LLC 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mike Fragassi [mailto:frag at ripco.com] 
> Sent: Thursday, September 11, 2003 1:24 AM
> To: Chicago.pm chatter
> Subject: [Chicago-talk] straw poll
> OK, let's sample some opinion.  Please email the list (or me 
> personally,
> if you're shy -- though you needn't be, really!) with your 
> predelicitions
> concerning these questions:
> 1) are weekend afternoons (once a month) worse or better 
> meeting times for
> you than the current scheme of Monday evenings?
> 2) would you come to perl presentations (ie, someone giving a 
> structured
> talk, as we've been doing the last few months) once a month 
> even if the
> atmosphere was more formal -- ie, in an office building 
> instead of a bar,
> no beer, no food (unless someone brings chips or donuts), etc.?
> I.e., is the beer-factor *that* necessary?
> 3) are you at *all* interested in social meetings?  That is, if we
> bothered to set up 2 meetings a month, one for "tech" (i.e., the
> semi-formal tutorial presentation), and one for "social" (in 
> a bar, with
> anything goes) -- would you be at all interested in the 
> latter, or would
> the former do it for you for the month?  Or vice versa?
> "No opinion"/"don't care either way" are valid answers.
> -- Mike F.
> Your Cruise Director.
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