[Melbourne-pm] Membership?

Scott Penrose scottp at dd.com.au
Sun Dec 11 17:19:54 PST 2005

On 12/12/2005, at 11:37, Ben Marsh wrote:

> Hello all,
> At what point is someone a member of Melbourne Perl Mongers?

When you join the list. However to be a voting member for the  
committee I think we came up with a $10 scheme.

> Is there a leader of Melbourne Perl Mongers?

Yes... me :-) We have a committee.

> Since I leave a fair bit away from Melbourne I would have to really  
> move
> to make it to meetings at 6:30pm.

I understand. We put it to the vote a few years ago and the  
overwhelming majority was for an earlier start - it used to be 7pm.
Maybe we should vote again some time early next year.

> Also what time do meetings finish typically?  I would need to know so
> that I can work out if I can make the last train back home.

We usually finish around 8:30 then head off towards the pub.

There are lots of people there, from all sorts of directions - maybe  
someone could give you a lift (where are you?)

Hope that helps.

Happy new year :-)


> Thanks and Happy ______** and New Year to all,
> Ben Marsh
> ** This all depends on who $deity is.  Maybe $deity == "" and I don't
> want to offend anyone :-)
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