[Melbourne-pm] Free mod_perl 2 talk and meeting with Stas
stas at stason.org
Thu May 26 00:07:14 PDT 2005
Scott Penrose wrote:
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> On 26/05/2005, at 16:06, Stas Bekman wrote:
>>> OK. Our normal perl mongers meeting would be Wednesday the 8th. Is
>>> that too early for you ?
>>> If not, I can start promoting ASAP. If you would prefer I am sure
>>> we could arrange it for the following Wednesday.
>> It's never too early to speak about mod_perl. Let's do it. Though as
>> suggested before ideally it'd be nice to have more of your audience
> The meeting is yours. But if we want dinner then we would only have
> about 2 hours and a bit.
> Would you like longer, and if so, would you like two nights, or one
> long one ?
I'd rather have it in one go. And a dinner another time :) Hey, we could
order pizza for the break :)
> Also, would you consider a possible weekend day as well / instead ?
That's fine with me. The problem is that most people would like to take
their time off on the weekends. Otherwise I don't mind to give you a whole
day tutorial (4, 5, 6, ... hours)
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