[sf-perl] [ meta ] new leadership chosen

Fred Moyer fred at redhotpenguin.com
Thu Nov 20 20:11:00 PST 2008


I'm delighted at the opportunity to take the reins here at sfpug.  I
would like to extend my thanks the others who also stepped up to help
out the group and hope that they will assist me in leading this
community.  Matt will also be doing the group a great service in
providing a meeting venue at Six Apart, in addition to keeping the
group going for so long.

Tradition dictates that there is normally no meeting for sfpug in
November and December due to the holidays which intercede with our
normal meeting dates of the fourth Tuesday of the month.  However, I
am looking to put together a end of the year social for the group,
stay tuned for the details.

Thanks, and hope to see you all at the upcoming events.

- Fred

On Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 6:26 PM, Matthew Lanier <matt at lanier.org> wrote:
> folks-
> thanks to the folks that stepped up to be the leader candidates, both
> publicly and privately (several folks did, aside from the two that publicly
> volunteered).  after mulling over this quite a bit (and throwing some
> darts), i've decided to hand off leadership of the sfpug to Fred Moyer
> <http://search.cpan.org/~phred/>.  He's a long time member, active
> contributor in the mod_perl community, YAPC presenter, well versed in the
> ways of user groups, and a member in our sister organization ( the sf
> postgres users group).  he knows what he's getting into.  wish him luck.
> thanks again, Quinn, for running the show for the last 6 years. and thanks,
> all, for continuing the sfpug.  It means a lot to me that this group serves
> a purpose for the perl community.  I hope it can continue doing so in its
> second decade.
> $leader++
> m@
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