[Melbourne-pm] Last night's meeting wrap-up and further discussionpoints.

Scott Penrose scottp at linux.dd.com.au
Wed Nov 14 18:09:23 PST 2007

I think providing food at meetings is fantastic - it keeps everyone together, in all the meetings I have been to, like Ruby below and PHP - it has been a more positive experience.

The trick of course, is getting the sponsorship for the food.


----- leif eriksen <leif.eriksen at hpa.com.au> wrote:
> > We could potentially split the 
> > difference and (depending on speakers) run some lightning 
> > talks from 6:40 through to 7 with our main talk starting 
> > after that.  Keeping the meeting on the second Wednesday did 
> > seem to have the general consensus, but I didn't talk to all 
> > attendees about that.
> > 
> I went to the Melbourne Ruby group meeting a few weeks ago and thats
> exactly what they did - two small talks then a break for pizza
> (supplied
> by the venue no less!!! - no comfy chairs unfortunately ) then
> regroup
> for more talks. 
> L
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