[sf-perl] Beer & T{ofu,urkey} SIG; 8 pm, 11/22

Rich Morin rdm at cfcl.com
Fri Oct 14 21:53:06 PDT 2005

At 6:34 PM -0700 10/14/05, Quinn Weaver (President of SFPUG) wrote:
>Cool.  For November I don't have a talk, so we should have a munch
>then.  (That will be the week of Thanksgiving.)

OK; I'd like to try for a reservation at Delancey Street Restaurant.
They have a lovely back room that we _might_ be able to get if I have
enough RSVPs within a week or so.  Anyone who wants to join in, send
me a note ASAP!

Beer and T{ofu,urkey} SIG

         RSVP:     RSVPs are absolutely required for this one, as I'm
                   hoping to get one of the "back rooms".  Send me the
                   number of folks in your party.  If you show up and
                   are not on my list, you may end up eating alone!

         Date:     Tuesday, November 22, 2005

         Time:     8:00 p.m.

         Place:    Delancey Street Restaurant, 600 Embarcadero St.
                   (around 3rd and King)
                   San Francisco, California, USA


         Food:     slightly trendy American/European food; moderate prices
                   There should be vegetarian dishes, etc.

         Parking:  Unless there's a monster baseball game, parking should
                   be no problem after 6 pm.

         BART:     Be prepared for a bit of a crowd, as this is the end of
         the prime commute time. Get off at the Embarcadero station.  Within
         the station, exit BART, enter MUNI, and catch the N (inbound).
         Get off at the train station.

         Caltrain: (Don't take Caltrain if you can avoid it.  Trains run back
         at 10:00 p.m. and 11:59 p.m. only!)

         From the train station, walk Northeast on King to the restaurant.

QW> Yay for language ecumenicalism!  I think it's catching on.  I mean,
QW> even PM.org is using Mailman (written in Python) these days, because,
QW> frankly, it's way better than Majordomo.  Besides, soon we'll be
QW> able to write any language in Perl 6, right? ;)

I'm _really_ looking forward to the cross-language capabilities of

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