[Baypiggies] [Fwd: Re: Cancel December meeting?]

tpc at csua.berkeley.edu tpc at csua.berkeley.edu
Mon Dec 4 21:34:32 CET 2006

On 12/3/06, Mike Cheponis <mac at wireless.com> wrote:
> Geez,
> 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! [1]
> -Mike
> [1] http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cats+pajamas

I agree with everything Mike said, except he understated what we think of
Python people, who are really more the bee's knees.

> On 12/3/06, Anna Ravenscroft <annaraven at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> >
> > > Even if it's only me learning something new from Alex, it's worth
> > it(!).
> >
> > I agree. Learning things from Alex is always worth it.
> >
> > See you all at BayPIGgies.
I disagree.  Last time I sat at the foot of Alex, I learned more about
Dungeons and Dragons than I ever wanted to know.
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