[Saltlake-pm] Need a new host location for our meetings

Robert Van Dam rvandam00 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 13 13:17:33 PST 2017

I certainly don't represent the group but Draper is already pretty far
north for me so I don't make it very often.  If it were downtown salt lake,
I'd probably only make it if Larry Wall showed up.

I'm sure we could meet in the Provo datacenter building (but all you
northerners would probably hate that).

On Mon, Feb 13, 2017 at 12:36 PM, David Oswald <daoswald at gmail.com> wrote:

> Endurance (parent to Bluehost) has been letting us use the Mojo
> Marketplace office in Draper, Utah for our Perl Mongers meetings, and I
> think it's worked out fairly well.  And EIG/Bluehost/Mojo is happy to let
> us continue, except that they've relocated the Draper office to Downtown
> Salt Lake City.
> Before I check into resuming our meetings at the new Mojo Marketplace
> office in SLC, I'd like input from as many of you as I can on where you
> would like to see us meet.
> Even better would be if someone wanted to step forward to volunteer their
> office's conference room to host our next meeting, and possibly future
> meetings.  Again, we CAN use the new Mojo office in SLC, but maybe people
> prefer a location that is more centrally located to the group that has
> emerged as regulars at the meetings.  So suggestions are welcome, and
> offers for hosting our next meeting are even better.
> When I get a list of availabilities and suggestions I'll post a poll and
> see how it turns out.  Maybe we'll end up in Downtown SLC, and I'm sure it
> would be great. I'd just like to know what's best for everyone first.
> Dave
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