[Melbourne-pm] Next PM meeting...

Scott Penrose scottp at dd.com.au
Sun Dec 11 15:12:00 PST 2005

On 12/12/2005, at 10:03, Jacinta Richardson wrote:

> G'day everyone,
> Due to conference reasons, Christmas parties and the like I believe  
> this week's
> Melbourne Perl Monger meeting has been cancelled.  Instead we were  
> invited to
> join the PHP/OSDClub end of year celebration at the start of the  
> month.

Yep :-)

> We haven't traditionally held meetings in January due to holidays  
> and the like,
> and I assume that the current plan for February is to host the  
> OSDClub meeting
> at the usual Melbourne PM meeting time.  This could make our next  
> Melbourne PM
> meeting as late as March 8th.
> I would personally prefer a meeting before March 8th and would like  
> to propose
> that we run a meeting in January that's a little later than our  
> usual 2nd
> Wednesday of the month.  How would the third Wednesday of the month  
> (18th) be?
> Does this conflict with LCA?  Alternately would we like to organise  
> the OSDClub
> meeting in Feburary to fall on a different day than our normal  
> meeting time?

I think this is a good idea. I was worried that it would be too far  
apart. January would be good. I think we had one this January (last)  

> I was thinking that it would be great to run a bunch of lightning  
> (Perl) talks
> at this meeting.  They're fun, easy and a good way for everyone to  
> get involved,
> even those who haven't presented before.

Hey good idea :-)

> So, have a think about when you'd like the next meeting and also  
> what you could
> give a 5 minute talk on, and hopefully I'll see you all again  
> soon.  Happy
> holidays and appropriate religious celebrations to you all.

Merry Christmas all, and to all a good hack.


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