Phoenix.pm: Tied variables
doug.miles at bpxinternet.com
Thu Sep 7 12:02:57 CDT 2000
> I'll be there! (Unless you cancel for lack of critical mass)
> One of my "Perl saved the day" could be my tied vairiables implementation.
> I can do a short presentation if you want. (Doug, sorry for not responding,
> I spent the last few days in Europe...)
You can tell us about Europe too. :)
> Maybe it would be a good idea to have folks RSVP. I think it's best to have
> a minimum number of people (4?,5?) who say they will come. If you don't
> have that number, then cancel the meeting for that week. You could make the
> "yay" or "nay" call at 3pm, and all who RSVP'd positive would be obliged to
> check their email before leaving to see if the meeting is still on... Just
> an idea.
Personally, I'd still hold it for 1 or 2 people. Some of the best
discussions I've seen have come from small meetings. What does everyone
else think? Should we get a critical mass? I do like the RSVP idea.
I've started doing that because I had one 0 turnout meeting (not
counting me of course). I'm definitely open to suggestions though.
Don't anthropomorphize computers. They hate that.
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