[Cincinnati-pm] Status of Cincinnati.pm Perl Mongers group
jgentle at safeschools.com
Thu Jul 25 06:15:37 PDT 2013
Since YAPC::NA, it's actually been my intention to try and restart
Cincinnati.pm again. I've just not gotten around to finalizing all the
details. After I got this, I decided that it was probably time to
finish. So, for everyone interested, we at Scenario Learning will host
Cincinnati.pm next Thursday. We have invited Henry Van Styn to talk
about RapidApp and we will be provide food for the event.
* Who: Henry Van Styn, IntelliTree Solutions
* What: RapidApp: Turnkey ajaxy webapps (
* When: Thursday, August 1st, 6:00pm
* Where: Scenario Learning: 7434 Montgomery Road
We hope to see you there. If you have any questions, feel free to ask.
On 7/23/2013 6:23 PM, Brent Hill wrote:
> I'm glad to see some interest in Perl here and would like to attend
> meetings but I don't plan to organize anymore. I copied the existing
> mailing list for the group.
> On Tue, Jul 23, 2013 at 12:31 PM, Deven T. Corzine <deven at ties.org
> <mailto:deven at ties.org>> wrote:
> I'm writing to find out the status of the Cincinnati.pm Perl
> Mongers group, and to try to initiate some discussion amongst
> Cincinnati-area locals with an interest in Perl.
> My name is Deven Corzine, and Perl has been my programming
> language of choice for at least 22 years now. I have attended a
> total of nine YAPC::NA conferences: St. Louis (2002), Chicago
> (2006), Houston (2007), Chicago (2008), Pittsburgh (2009),
> Columbus (2010), Asheville (2011), Madison (2012) and Austin
> (2013). I work for Gannett Media Technologies International
> (GMTI) in Cincinnati, Ohio. My co-worker (George Greer) has
> attended each YAPC::NA since Chicago in 2008. My wife (Sherry
> Corzine) has also joined me every year since Columbus in 2010. My
> brother (Scott Corzine) attended YAPC::NA 2002 in St. Louis with
> me. In the past, somehow I never ran across anyone at YAPC from
> the Cincinnati area.
> This year, I was pleasantly surprised to meet not just one, but
> several people from the Cincinnati area. First was Henry Van Styn
> from IntelliTree Solutions, who gave me his card when I met him at
> the Dtrace talk. At the game night, I met Chuck Phillips, Jon
> Gentle and Greg Estep (all from SafeSchools). Chuck gave me his
> card, and Jon and Greg gave me their email addresses.
> Searching the attendee list, I also saw Michael Conrad from
> IntelliTree Solutions on the list as well. I don't recall meeting
> him at YAPC, but I found his email address on CPAN, so I'm
> including him on this email.
> I'm also copying Wayne Blackburn, who has worked with George and I
> at GMTI for several years now (though he hasn't attended YAPC),
> and Chris Wagner, who literally just started working for GMTI
> yesterday (and who struck me as an enthusiastic Perl advocate
> during the interview).
> I'm also sending this email to Brent Hill, who appears to be the
> most recent organizer of the Cincinnati.pm Perl Mongers group.
> Brent, is the Cincinnati.pm group currently active? Are you
> still interested in being the organizer, or is another volunteer
> It seems that Cincinnati.pm has been started and restarted a
> couple times without maintaining much momentum. I was unaware of
> the most recent restarting and missed it entirely. Over the
> years, I've contemplated trying to restart it myself, but there
> never seemed much point unless it included people I wasn't already
> going to see regularly. Perl enthusiasts in Cincinnati seem few
> and far between, for reasons I can't fathom. Or maybe we just
> haven't had much luck finding each other?
> Who would in interested in attending Cincinnati.pm meetings? (Are
> some of you already doing so?) Does anyone know of other Perl
> enthusiasts in the Cincinnati area that aren't already included on
> this email?
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