[Baypiggies] Dec. 14 Meeting "Programming Productivity: What Really Matters?"

Anna Ravenscroft annaraven at gmail.com
Thu Dec 14 07:06:25 CET 2006

On 12/13/06, Marilyn Davis <marilyn at deliberate.com> wrote:
> ----- On Wednesday, December 13, 2006 annaraven at gmail.com wrote:
> Yeh.  We are not allowed in early, as far as I know.  The lobby is not the right thing.  We're not there yet.
> Google is providing snacks?  How do the snacks get snacked upon if the program starts when people first arrive?
> So far, it seems to me, this little disagreement we are having is divided against the gender axis.  Just commenting, I don't have any judgement or conclusion about it, I just find it interesting.

The main disagreement I really see is a different definition of
socializing. Which is why I posted my definition so we could have the
discussion be more clear. Some people apparently consider the lobby
milling or the mapping to be socializing. That's okay for them to have
that definition - but it's not what I was asking for when I asked for
a chance to socialize, and so I figured it would be easier to discuss
if we had a definition on the table. (whether for people to agree or
disagree with - at least we're not assuming what it means.) Once we
agree on what it means to "socialize" we can agree on whether we want
a socializing time.

> I'm looking forward to whatever part I'm able to get to.

Me too. I'm sure the presentation will be great. I hope I get a chance
to chat with you. I haven't had much opportunity for that.

It is fate, but call it Italy if it pleases you, Vicar!

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