[triangle-zpug] State of the TriZPUG
Wed, 4 Sep 2002 11:26:17 -0400
Evenings are generally good for me and the venues discussed so far seem =
I'm interested in Zope but just that, interested. If TriZPUG is going to =
be TriZUG its unlikely I'll become a regular.=20
That said, I would very much like to meet other Zope and Python users in =
a setting that allows for maximum "brownian motion".
- Ian Sparks.
From: Tom Bryan [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, September 03, 2002 3:11 PM
Subject: [triangle-zpug] State of the TriZPUG
There appear to be 21 distinct individuals involved with TriZPUG. Of=20
those, 19 are listed on the VisitorLog wiki page. There are 15 members=20
on the mailing list, and all of those members appear to be distinct. I=20
have sent e-mail to the other 6 to pester them about joining the list.
Other than the info on the VisitorLog, only about half a dozen people=20
have posted here about definite preferences as far as meeting topics=20
and style. Of those, we have two strong votes for a "meet, greet, and=20
eat" for at least our first meeting. We've also had a couple of votes=20
for (at least after the first meeting) meeting in a conference room and=20
having someone present a Python/Zope topic in some depth. Of the=20
people who have posted their preferences about topics, we're all over=20
the map. A few are only interested in Zope and don't like Python much. =
A few have little interest in Zope (other than maybe an overview to=20
learn what it is). =20
You can see that we have quite a diverse group! That either means that=20
there will be a lot of room for everyone to learn and grow, or it means=20
that none of us will want to talk about anything anyone else is=20
interested in. :) I guess time will tell. I'll continue to gather=20
info to help gauge where the interest actually is. Now, all I need is=20
feedback from everyone sitting quietly in the corners.
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