[triangle-zpug] Meeting NEXT WEEK and Plone Boot Camps

Chris Calloway cbc at unc.edu
Mon May 21 17:33:23 UTC 2007


TriZPUGlians,

Due to my utter sloth, our meeting is next week (fifth instead of fourth 
Tuesday) at 7pm Tuesday night May 29th in the local where we've had 
Plone Boot Camps and many TriZPUG meetings, 328 Phillips Hall on the 
UNC-CH campus in Chapel Hill:

http://trizpug.org/Members/cbc/may-07-mtg
http://trizpug.org/Members/cbc/unc-logistics

That gives you a week's notice. Bring your friends. We'll likely go out 
to Fuse or Milltown afterwards for the after-meeting.

We're going back to our old tried and true location in 328 Phillips Hall 
just for this one meeting while Dave Powell is out of town (and it would 
be harder then to meet at the School of Pharmacy). Dave has lined up the 
fabulous Kerr Hall for our next two UNC located meetings in August and 
November, however, as well as for the upcoming Plone Boot Camps in late 
July and early August.

Rob Lineberger will be presenting a new version of the roadshow on Agile 
Development he used to do for the Project Management Institute. This 
should mesh well with the presentation Dave Powell gave three months ago 
on web development practices.

If you have a lightning talk you'd like to make, all you have to do is 
simply show up with it and raise your hand at the meeting. We are 
interested in what you've learned about Python/Zope/web frameworks 
recently and it's great when you stand up and spend five minutes or so 
telling us about it. No great presentation preparation required. For 
instance, I had a good experience with TextIndexNG3 this past month and 
will probably say something about that.

Reminder: THREE Plone Boot Camps are coming up at UNC-CH soon, regular, 
advanced, and intro (for your manager or content creators, etc.):

http://plonebootcamps.com/

Tell everyone you know. These are super low-impact boot camps for us. 
Joel is taking care of pretty much everything we used to have to do. But 
that doesn't mean sit on your buns. Sign up for camp(s) and help 
publicize this by telling your interested communities. Joel tells me 
that 30 people are already signed up for the regular version of the camp 
(about 10 so far for advanced). Joel will be here for two whole weeks. 
Let's make him welcome.

-- 
Sincerely,

Chris Calloway
http://www.seacoos.org
office: 332 Chapman Hall   phone: (919) 962-4323
mail: Campus Box #3300, UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC 27599






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