[Baypiggies] Cancel December meeting?
jim at well.com
Sun Dec 3 05:48:18 CET 2006
i'm willing to chip in some time helping out.
i feel like i can work with speakers, call them,
remind them, etc. i believe i can run a meeting--
i won't faint of stage fright or run off at the mouth.
i can't do every speaker or every meeting. i like
working with others to get something to happen.
how do you guys coordinate?
On Dec 2, 2006, at 6:34 PM, Marilyn Davis wrote:
> ----- On Saturday, December 2, 2006 jim at well.com wrote:
>> what about using some of the december meeting time
>> for open discussion on group issues: the idea being that
>> maybe the email list participants' opinions are different
>> from those of people who show up at meetings.
> I think it makes sense to wait until we expect that the people who
> usually come will actually come. December is likely to be sparse, if
> we do it then.
> Jim, in your previous message you said:
>> i was thinking of that, in a support capacity,
>> of course. if you've got leads, i'm willing to
>> spend the time sending email and making
>> telephone calls. i have a little experience
>> in this (not much, but some).
> Jim is the person who got me to give my "Why Python?" talk in SF
> twice. I can vouch for him, that he has lots of follow-through and
> good energy. I think the group should grab him up for anything he is
> willing to do.
> Jim, might you be willing to come to the meetings and run them?
> Dennis has been doing that for us. I know you live far away.
>> On Dec 1, 2006, at 8:07 PM, Alex Martelli wrote:
>>> On 12/1/06, Aahz wrote:
>>>> On Fri, Dec 01, 2006, Tony Cappellini wrote:
>>>>> My presentation is ready, but holding a meeting with only one short
>>>>> presentation isn't worth it.
>>>> Out of curiosity, how many people would show up for a meet-and-greet
>>>> even without any presentation? (I won't be there, I'm flying to
>>>> Saturday. ;-)
>>> I'd most likely be at such a meeting.
> So far it's only Alex? The IDE people are shaping up a bit and we can
> probably pull off enough entertainment. But what a shame to do all
> that for just Alex. :^)
> I still vote to give up on December.
> The IDE people can do their thing in February, if nothing more
> interesting pops up.
> So, how do we decide?
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