July Meeting Preperation
scottp at dd.com.au
Wed Jun 26 17:38:29 CDT 2002
On Thursday, June 27, 2002, at 08:28 , Brendon Oliver wrote:
> Dumb question: what is the date of the July meeting? Since now I'm
> free of
> studies for a while, I'd like to come along.....
# July 10 2002
FYI the schedule is on the web site at http://melbourne.pm.org/meetings/
> - Brendon
> On Thu, 27 Jun 2002 07:16, Scott Penrose wrote:
>> In the last perl mongers we discussed the idea of grouping our meetings
>> into themes.
>> Graeme offered to talk about MS Excel file manipulation, but due to him
>> being away this month I suggest we make that the August meeting.
>> Send me some ideas, but I thought that it would be nice this month to
>> talk about "Web Services"
>> We would need of course an introductions from someone to actually
>> clarify which of the many meanings of "Web Services" we want this
>> time :-)
>> Daniel Walmsley has offered to talk about a new and exciting project he
>> is working on called 'Agents'
>> Please send off any proposals to the list.
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