[San-Diego-pm] Good news everyone!
ruberad at gmail.com
Tue Sep 28 12:24:16 PDT 2010
I'd be happy with any of those talks, but Twilight Perl sounds best (but
isn't that what he did last time? in which case others probably don't want a
> Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2010 11:58:07 -0700
> From: Bob Kleemann <rkleeman at energoncube.net>
> Subject: Re: [San-Diego-pm] Good news everyone!
> To: San Diego Perl Mongers <san-diego-pm at pm.org>
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> Perl Mongers,
> Looks like some people have conflicts no matter when we do it, so
> we'll go with the popular choice: Monday, assuming we can get a room
> for that day. Hopefully those of you that have conflicts can work
> some magic to make them disappear.
> Now, voting for the presentation. As was mentioned before, there are
> many to choose from (http://damian.conway.org/Seminars/), but let's
> narrow the list down slightly to those people have suggested.
> Extreme Perl -- The Horror That Is SelfGOL
> Future I.T. <http://damian.conway.org/Seminars/Future_Info.html?
> Future Science <http://damian.conway.org/Seminars/Future_Science.html>
> The Missing Link <http://damian.conway.org/Seminars/MissingLink.html>
> ReDeveloping in Perl 6 <
> Sufficiently Advanced Technologies
> Temporally Quaquaversal Virtual Nanomachine Programming In Multiple
> Topologically Connected Quantum-Relativistic Parallel
> Timespaces...Made Easy!
> Twilight Perl <http://damian.conway.org/Seminars/Twilight.html>
> Discuss them as much as you'd like. Vote for as many as you'd like,
> in order of preference. I'll let everyone know the winner next week.
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