[triangle-zpug] (Meta) Why don't you attend TriZPUG meetings?
crodgers at baydata.com
Thu Feb 3 22:31:51 CET 2005
In this instance Raleigh was the far side of the triangle for me (coming
from northwest of Durham). It will be easier for me to attend in Chapel
Hill or Durham.
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[mailto:triangle-zpug-bounces at python.net] On Behalf Of Tom Bryan
Sent: Thursday, February 03, 2005 10:54 AM
To: triangle-zpug at python.net
Subject: [triangle-zpug] (Meta) Why don't you attend TriZPUG meetings?
A question for those who weren't at the last TriZPUG meeting:
The mailing list shows 66 members. Our monthly meetings usually draw
anywhere from 5 to 25 members, normally hovering right around 10. Other
than traffic and weather, I haven't really figured out what influences the
size of the meeting. I had hoped for a larger attendence after the Plone
Boot Camp. I thought that the unit test topic was very pertinent to both
Plone developers and pure Python developers.
Is there something that we could do to entice more people to the meetings?
Is 4th Wednesday of the month a bad night? Is the time too early or late
(meetings currently run from 7:00 - 9:30 or so)? Are you just never
planning to attend a TriZPUG meeting?
If you'd like to come to the meetings, but you can't because of
here.getExcuse(), then please use this thread to talk about it. This group
is for us and by us. I just happen to send a bunch of the meeting e-mails.
:) I'm not tied to a particular meeting format, location, topic, or date.
I have preferences, but I'd prefer to change what we're doing if we could
double the size of the meetings and get more interaction among the members.
We've experimented some in the past, but I tend to stick with whatever seems
to generate the most interest and meeting attendence.
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