[tpm] No meeting this month?

Tom Legrady legrady at gmail.com
Mon Nov 21 12:08:52 PST 2016

While we are a Perl group, you can' t live on one food group ... we need
hardware, operating systems, networks, and lots of other stuff. Does
everyone know all about containers/VMs?  I don' t. Advanced features of
bash that get ignored? experiences with various editors? I'ldomain like to


On Monday, November 21, 2016, Olaf Alders <olaf.alders at gmail.com> wrote:

> > On Nov 21, 2016, at 12:49 PM, arocker at Vex.Net wrote:
> >
> >
> > In the absence of any news, do we assume nothing is going to happen this
> > month. (Or next, since that's usually organised in November.)
> I think at this point we should skip the November meeting.  The hastily
> organized ones are pretty sparsely attended anyway.  At this point we'd
> normally work out a time and place for a December social meetup.  I don't
> think I'll be down in December, so I'll leave those discussions to those
> who want to attend.  We just need one person to propose a date and a venue
> and we can take it from there.
> My experience lately has been that someone basically has to chase people
> down for talks.  If nobody has the bandwidth to do that, then the roster
> stays empty.  It probably would be good to try to get another 6 months of
> talks on the books (Jan - May).  I think we've leaned pretty heavily on
> Dave for these past few years.  We really do need some combination of more
> speaker volunteers as well as folks bringing in speakers from outside of
> the core group.
> Olaf
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