[Baypiggies] [Fwd: Re: Cancel December meeting?]
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Sun Dec 3 09:11:32 CET 2006
I think it would be better if we had the meeting. It's always better to be regular, I think.
Even if it's only me learning something new from Alex, it's worth it(!).
I think I've mentioned to some of you before about how the local NetBSD group works. We meet in the same place (Vito's Pizza in Sunnyvale) at the same time every month (2nd Tuesday, 7:30-9:30) and there is _NEVER_ an agenda. Whoever shows up drives the agenda, in which we ask each other questions, opinions about various pieces of software, how to use some particular unusual feature, etc, etc. It's always entertaining and educational.
So, although I think it's great to have presentations at the Python meetings, that's icing on the cake; the _real_ reason, I suspect for most people, is to meet and get to know the other people - after all, we have something in common - we think Python people are the Cat's Pajamas! 
On Sat, 2 Dec 2006, Ken Seehart wrote:
> Date: Sat, 02 Dec 2006 23:06:07 -0800
> From: Ken Seehart <ken at seehart.com>
> To: Baypiggies at python.org
> Subject: [Baypiggies] [Fwd: Re: Cancel December meeting?]
> Let's see who responds on-list in the next 48 hours. If there aren't too
> many objections: cancel. How does that sound?
> Meantime, better put a message on the website warning everyone that it /might
> /get canceled, and to check back later.
> - Ken
> Marilyn Davis wrote:
>> 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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