[Phoenix-pm] Other UG's meetings? How about DCC 3?
scott at illogics.org
Tue Jul 31 16:23:21 PDT 2007
I don't think I'll be able to make DEFCON afterall. No one offered up
a ride, and I've got a lot of stuff all happening at once here anyway.
Oh, and I'm between paychecks. Bad timing. Snuck up on me. I've
been frantically trying to finish this project but it's just too
involved and time isn't permitting. Grr.
But DCC is a great idea. I've put it on the calendar on the Wiki ;)
I'm keeping an eye on http://barcamp.org/BarCampPhoenix too.
On 0, Lorin Thwaits <lthwaits at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Also here's something that may be worth crashing -- Desert Code Camp 3:
> It will be on September 15th, which is coincidentally the same day as
> Software Freedom Day. http://softwarefreedomday.org/
> There's already 72 confirmed sessions at DCC3, and if more get added we'll
> open up Sunday the 16th as well.
> At this point we just have one Perl session suggested, and no presenter for
> it, so no signed up to actually run. So there's lots of opportunity. (Hey
> Scott -- if you'd like to present an overview of what you saw at DefCon it
> would be welcomed. Wish I could go this year, but I'm knee-deep in a major
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Anthony R. Nemmer" <intertwingled at qwest.net>
> To: "Brock" <awwaiid at gmail.com>
> Cc: "Phoenix.pm" <phoenix-pm at pm.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2007 3:45 PM
> Subject: Re: [Phoenix-pm] Other UG's meetings? Re: Meeting Wed?
> > Hey you forgot Tempe / East Valley Perlmongers too!
> > Brock wrote:
> >> oh yes! I forgot about PhxBUG, but certainly didn't mean to offend :)
> >> I think I actually contradicted myself -- what I meant to say was that
> >> those are the existing meetings to dodge for a standalone long-running
> >> perlmonger meeting.
> >> --Brock
> >> On 7/31/07, Darrin Chandler <dwchandler at stilyagin.com> wrote:
> >>> On Tue, Jul 31, 2007 at 01:37:54PM -0400, Brock wrote:
> >>>> 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.
> >>> They're quite open, have a regular turnout, and have been positive about
> >>> pretty much any topic. Good perl-fu would be appreciated, methinks.
> >>>> 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
> >>> If you're considering invading PLUG East Side, you may want to throw
> >>> PhxBUG in there as well (first Tuesday). We usually do sysadmin topics,
> >>> and Perl fits so well with that it's not funny. Other misc perl
> >>> development topics also welcome.
> >>> --
> >>> Darrin Chandler | Phoenix BSD User Group | MetaBUG
> >>> dwchandler at stilyagin.com | http://phxbug.org/ |
> >>> http://metabug.org/
> >>> http://www.stilyagin.com/ | Daemons in the Desert | Global BUG
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