[sf-perl] [offtopic] Fwd: Silicon Valley TWiki User Meet-Up 2011-10-06, 05:00pm
peter at thoeny.org
Sat Oct 1 16:51:24 PDT 2011
The TWiki (Perl Enterprise Wiki) community will have a TWiki User
Meetup next Thursday at CMU Silicon Valley, see info below. You are
invited to attend, RSVP links below.
PS: I will have two technical sessions at the Silicon Valley Code Camp
at Foothill College next Saturday, 2011-10-08:
* How to Run a Long Background Process in a Web App, 09:45am
* How to create web apps in the cloud using TWiki, 11:15am
More at http://www.siliconvalley-codecamp.com/ and http://www.siliconvalley-codecamp.com/Sessions.aspx
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Peter Thoeny <peter at thoeny.org>
> Date: October 1, 2011 2:21:04 PM PDT
> To: twiki-users-sfbay at lists.sourceforge.net, TWiki-Dev list for
> developers <twiki-dev at lists.sourceforge.net>
> Subject: Re: Silicon Valley TWiki User Meet-Up 2011-10-06, 05:00pm
> We found a venue: We will meet at the Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley
> at NASA Ames Research Park in Mountain View. We will start at
> 05:00pm, e.g. 30 minutes earlier than communicated previously.
> You can RSVP at one of these sites:
> TWiki.org: http://twiki.org/cgi-bin/view/Codev/TWikiMeetUpInSiliconValley#MeetUp2011x10x06
> Meetup.com: http://www.meetup.com/twiki-meetups/events/35427252/
> Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=227336433990552
> Agenda of TWiki User Meet-Up 2011-10-06, 05:00pm
> • 05:00pm-05:30pm - Networking, snacks & drink
> • 05:30pm-07:00pm - Demos
> • 07:30pm - No-host dinner
> • CMU Silicon Valley, NASA Research Park Bldg 23, Mountain View,
> CA 94043
> • http://www.cmu.edu/silicon-valley/about-us/directions.html
> • http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Carnegie+Mellon+Silicon+Valley,+Mountain+View+CA
> Annotated map:
> • http://twiki.org/cgi-bin/view/Codev/TWikiMeetUpInSiliconValley#CmuSvMap
> NOTE: At the NASA Ames security gate, show your drivers license and
> tell the guard that you visit CMU Silicon Valley!
> I had an idea: How about visiting NASA Ames before the meetup? They
> have the biggest & fastest wind tunnels. I know the security chief
> at NASA Ames and asked him if he could give us a private tour of the
> NASA Ames Research Center. Unfortunately it is too short notice,
> they need to run a background check on each participant and that
> takes time.
> Instead, interested folks can visit the nearby Computer History
> Museum before the meetup at 03:30pm. Cost is $15.00 per person. More
> about the recently expanded museum at http://
> www.computerhistory.org/ . I will prepare for the meetup and thus
> cannot participate in the museum visit. Anybody would like to take
> the lead?
> Looking forward meeting you all at the meetup!
> On Sep 22, 2011, at 5:00 PM, Peter Thoeny wrote:
>> Dear TWiki users in Silicon Valley and San Francisco bay Area:
>> We organize a TWiki user meetup in the Silicon Valley on Thursday
>> in two weeks, e.g. on 2011-10-06, 05:30pm, place TBD. It is a day
>> after WikiSym, so please join us after WikiSym if plan to go there.
>> RSVP is at
>> I am looking for a venue to host the meet-up. We could do it again at
>> the Plug and Play Tech Center, a high tech incubation center where
>> Twiki Inc is located. But it would be nice to find a company in the
>> Silicon Valley that is using TWiki that could host us. Please let me
>> know if you have contacts.
>> * Peter Thoeny, CTO - peter.thoeny.public[at]twiki.net
>> * http://twiki.net - Twiki, Inc. - Enterprise Agility
>> * http://twiki.org - is your team already TWiki enabled?
>> * Knowledge cannot be managed, it can be discovered and shared
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>> All of the data generated in your IT infrastructure is seriously
>> Why? It contains a definitive record of application performance,
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>> TWiki-Dev at lists.sourceforge.net
> * Peter Thoeny Peter[at]Thoeny.org
> * http://twiki.net - Twiki, Inc. - Enterprise Agility
> * http://twiki.org - is your team already TWiki enabled?
> * Knowledge cannot be managed, it can be discovered and shared
> * This e-mail is: (_) private (x) ask first (_) public
* Peter Thoeny Peter[at]Thoeny.org
* http://twiki.net - Twiki, Inc. - Enterprise Agility
* http://twiki.org - is your team already TWiki enabled?
* Knowledge cannot be managed, it can be discovered and shared
* This e-mail is: (_) private (x) ask first (_) public
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