[triangle-zpug] Organizing first meeting of TriZPUG

Patrick Williams triangle-zpug@starship.python.net
Wed, 4 Sep 2002 16:43:11 -0400


Just got to read all the mail on a meeting time and place.  Since I have my
own business, most any time and any place usually works...

Gee!  Haven't heard anyone mention Brownian movement since graduation as a
Physics major from XU... a long time ago!

Ready for Friends, Fun and Free-exchange of information that interests the
group.

Patrick Williams


----- Original Message -----
From: "Hunter Matthews" <thm@duke.edu>
To: <triangle-zpug@python.net>
Sent: Wednesday, September 04, 2002 10:43 AM
Subject: Re: [triangle-zpug] Organizing first meeting of TriZPUG


> NCSU Lug meets on odd tuesdays at 7:30
> TriLug meets on .... odd thursdays?
> NCSA meets on the second tuesday at 6:30 or so.
>
> I would say pick a day/time not conflicting with one of these- a greate
> way to kill a new group is conflict with an established group where
> there's a good chance of crossover.
>
>
>
> On Tue, 2002-09-03 at 15:11, Tom Bryan wrote:
> > So, who wants to do it? ;)
> >
> > What is good for everyone as far as a regular meeting time?  Suppose
> > that we're meeting in Raleigh or RTP and that we have a monthly
> > meeting.  I'd like to find a day/time when we can regularly pull in
> > about 10 people for each meeting (after counting for lack of interest
> > in the topic or occasional schedule conflicts).
> >
> > My schedule is very open.  Most weekday evenings would work for me, but
> > I would need to wrap up by about 9:30.  I know that we have many trilug
> > members here, so the second Thursday of the month is probably out.  If
> > anyone else has other standing commitments, please post them.  I'll
> > compile a list and tell you all what's open, and we can vote.  I'd like
> > to have the first meeting soon, if possible.  I'm thinking either late
> > Semptember or early October.
> >
> > I think that Geoff is still willing to give a Zope CMF/Plone talk, but
> > I'm not sure whether that's a good kick-off topic for the group.  Any
> > other topic ideas?  You don't have to give the talk, just suggest what
> > you'd like to hear, and maybe someone else here is an expert (or
> > willing to become one).  Would you like the first meeting to be more
> > like a social and less like a seminar?  Would you be interested in
> > monthly seminars on a variety of topics?
> >
> > ---Tom
> >
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