[niederrhein.pm] Did we know about Frankfurt.pm already? - Duesseldorf.pm
torsten at raudssus.de
Mi Jan 30 09:35:59 PST 2013
That makes it more far away for the south part of germany, beside the
fact that for public transport Perl is not like "premium station", so
you need 1 hour additional just for the regional train. Very very bad
for all people who resist on public transport. Frankfurt is most easy
station to reach from everywhere in Germany. Even tho: Nice idea,
would be cool touch, but really for people without car pure horror.
On Wed, Jan 30, 2013 at 6:00 PM, Wendy G.A. van Dijk <nl.pm at wendy.org> wrote:
> Maybe we should do it once and see how many people come and what we all
> think of the experience.
> And Liz proposed something else: meet in Perl. We know some nice places
> where we can meet as a group. Somewhere else to have a nice meal and a
> drink. A nice hotel to have a good night's sleep. And Perl is halfway
> between Frankfurt and Düsseldorf.
> At 12:06 AM 1/29/2013, Torsten Raudssus wrote:
>>Yeah every 2 months we should meetup in Frankfurt for one long social,
>>so like 18 oclock start till 0 oclock and stuff, with a nice room with
>>supplies. Technical i think every town in germany can reach frankfurt
>>in appropiate time to be there at location. They only need a sleeping
>>place then, but that is something that can evolve with the time (and
>>we still have hotels). I think thats a good direction to think about.
>>Then doing it at the Weekend to maximize possibilities. Or we start
>>with all 3 months.
>>On Tue, Jan 29, 2013 at 12:01 AM, Wendy G.A. van Dijk <nl.pm at wendy.org>
>>> At 11:47 PM 1/28/2013, Renee B wrote:
>>>>I wish all the best to you! I hope you recover very soon.
>>> Thanks. Busy doing that... :-)
>>>>> I did not mean
>>>>Sad, a nice "CentralGermanMeetup" (like Getty proposed) would be nice ;-)
>>> Yep. We can still do that. Daytrip of some of us with two cars to
>>> Frankfurt, meeting up with you at a regular Frankfurt.pm meeting.
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