[Pdx-pm] April Meeting

benh ben.hengst at gmail.com
Sat Mar 25 21:17:33 PST 2006

1) I would love to be there for some intro talks. I would say that my
skill level is rather basic when compared to what is possible, so if I
could be any help for bouncing ideas off of please email me.

2) I do *live* in Portland (more later)  and I have a few pals from
school that are interested in perl, I've passed the word about
meetings but I dont think that any one has taken the bate. This could
be a good incentive though.

3) As for why I dont show up more often... please call my boss and
tell them to stop sending me out of town the week that we have
meetings... that would be grand.


On 3/25/06, Eric Wilhelm <scratchcomputing at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> We were talking after the meeting after the meeting today about whether
> there is anything planned for the next meeting.
> Chromatic and Ovid both reminded me that Josh had been hoping to come up
> with some more introductory-level talks (I thought that's what I was
> doing last month?)
> I'm guessing this is in the pursuit of getting more than 10-20 people to
> show up at the meetings each month?  Maybe a survey is in order.
> How many people are on this mailing list?  If you live nowhere near pdx,
> put your hand down :-)
> If the answer is "more than 20", what would it take to get you to
> freegeek on a regular basis?
> }
> So, assuming that what we want are some more accessible topics and
> further assuming that we have no plans for the April meeting topic,
> might I suggest that the April meeting be used to generate topics and /
> or material / marketing for the May meeting?
> --Eric
> --
> But you can never get 3n from n, ever, and if you think you can, please
> email me the stock ticker of your company so I can short it.
> --Joel Spolsky
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