[CentralOH] Fwd: Thoughts on a slight Meeting format change?
miles.groman at gmail.com
Tue Feb 23 18:51:58 CET 2010
Heh... This is what I meant last night. I am pretty sure just about
every reply I do to the mailing list, I accidentally e-mail the
previous person first.
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From: Austin Godber <godber at gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Feb 23, 2010 at 12:25 PM
Subject: Re: [CentralOH] Thoughts on a slight Meeting format change?
To: m g <miles.groman at gmail.com>
First off, thanks to last nights speaker for an interesting topic and
it was nice to meet those of you who I actually met.
As for the sessions I was unaware that there were post presentation
sessions, no wonder we had so few takers for post presentation beer,
which was good by the way. Brazenhead is a cool place.
I had thought I might offer to do a "Python Thing (Module, Library,
Function) of the Meeting" lightning presentation on a somewhat
regular basis. Like a light version of PyMOTW, well, but admittedly
not as good:
If this is the kind of thing people are interested in, I can just
announce a week or so before a meeting what I might do and if I will
can make it.
On Tue, Feb 23, 2010 at 11:53 AM, m g <miles.groman at gmail.com> wrote:
> By groups, of course, I assume you mean the "Cohpy site" and "learning
> Python" groups?
> I noticed that the administration takes about ~30 minutes.. So the
> actual presentation doesn't start until around 7. I vote for a
> shorter, focused, presentation of 30 minutes, and then breaking out
> into the groups. Of course, there is no reason why people could not
> present on a topic relevant to a group, right?
> Offtopic ... Does a #cohpy exist?
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