[niederrhein.pm] Musing on nrpm's future

Roland Schmitz sch.r at web.de
Mo Mai 19 13:50:13 PDT 2014

Am Montag, 19. Mai 2014, 19:52:31 schrieb Peter Rabbitson:
> I will write in english, sowwy. Feel free to answer in German though ;)
> Leaving aside the question of tomorrow's meeting for a moment, I think
> the ongoing nrpm identity crisis needs addressing. That is, we seem to be
> trying to do something that is ideally going to attract more people, but
> are not entirely clear on what that something is.
> I think we can go a long way in figuring this out by putting down our
> motivations, what each of us expects from the meetings, and whether some
> of the unexpected stuff taking place in past meets is good/bad.
> I will start with my (admittedly unhelpful) motivation to come to nrpm
> throughout the past year and a half-ish. Personally I come to these
> meetings to spend a good 2-3 in the company of like-minded people. This
> is the same reason I go to various Perl events. That is - I am after the
> conversation part, and do not care much about the "learning something
> new" part. If I do end up learning somethin new - it's a pleasant
> surprise, because I didn't come expecting this at first ;) So I guess I
> am not particularly looking for much beyond "spend some good time,
> talking about perl, often at a level that is newbie-intimidating". But
> perhaps others have a more structured/definitive set of expectations
> which can be met if the rest know them.
> So, how about you? ;)
I come to Niederrhein, Frankfurt, Darmstadt and at least Munich PM to meet 
people. It's the socialpart i'm mostly interested in.
My reasons are the same than Peters.

Mit freundlichem Gruss    Yours sincerely

  Roland Schmitz
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