[Phoenix-pm] Other UG's meetings? Re: Meeting Wed?
scott at illogics.org
Wed Aug 1 22:32:50 PDT 2007
I don't see presentation worthy meetings happening any time soon but
I'll try to get the 3rd Thursdays to go. (I didn't get around to reading
this particular message until later... working backwards.)
I redid the front page. Comments welcome. I tried to minimize the
need for people to crawl all over, so the front page works as a sort
of FAQ now with volitile information elsewhere.
On 0, Brock <awwaiid at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sheesh... I'm gone for a mere two months and the python people are
> already creeping in!
> Seriously though, I've gone to several of the PLUG-dev meetings and we
> even had an impromptu perl meeting at one of their meetings once and
> it was great and we were welcomed.
> I think I was too shy about taking over Mill's End... but over the
> course of 2 years, the meetings there had consistent turnout. I say
> alternate between Mill's End and SCC.
> I therefore propose that the Nth Xday of every month there will be a
> perl monger meetup at Mill's End in Tempe at 7:00pm, with pre-planned
> formal (projector-worthy) presentations at SCC.
> Here is a list of possibly conflicting free-software-friendly groups I
> know of to help you fill in N and X:
> first tuesday - Refresh Phoenix
> first thursday - PLUG DEV
> second monday - Ruby
> second thursday - PLUG East Side
> third tuesday - Ruby on Rails
> third tuesday - Free Software Stammtisch
> fourth wednesday - PLUG West Side
> fourth tuesday - AzPHP
> I therefore propose these options in this order:
> * third thursday
> * first wednesday
> * fourth thursday
> I will take feedback for a few days, but unless I hear otherwise I
> will make my first act as leader-in-exile to declare a Monthly Meeting
> at Mill's End on the Third Thursday of Every Month at Seven O'Clock
> PM. Formal topics will be announced no less than one week in advanced,
> and the default topic will be "Perl News and Notes, Current Projects,
> How I used Perl Since the Last Meeting, One Beginner Tip, and One
> Advanced Tip" plus the usual general technical and social
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