[Chicago-talk] [WindyCity-pm] Chicago Perl Seminar

warren.lindsey at gmail.com warren.lindsey at gmail.com
Tue Feb 19 17:02:54 PST 2008

I too would be interested indeed. Upper limit of work escape time
would also be ~2 hours. Anything more starts to look like a half-day
once you start to count commute time.

On 2/19/08, Joshua McAdams <joshua.mcadams at gmail.com> wrote:
> > What would be the difference between this and having the same person
> > come and do a talk at a PM meeting?  I'd be interested either way,
> > unfortunately there's no way for me to attend (since I work in the
> > 'burbs).
> The difference would be that it would allow for people who can't make
> the night meetings downtown to come to some meetings/seminars.  We'd
> probably end up having the speaker stay over and come to an
> 'emergency' PM meeting the night of the talk if they were willing.
> Basically, I'm just trying to shake it up a bit and start having more
> options for meetings.  There are some communities that actually have
> all of their user group meetings during the day because people are
> already concentrated downtown and can get the 2 hours off from work.
> I figured this would be worth a shot.  Plus, I have a better chance of
> getting the speaker's travel paid for if I can get them to speak
> during the workday at an office.
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