[Baypiggies] Wither IronPort?
DennisR at dair.com
Thu Jul 27 02:40:20 CEST 2006
The lock-step alternating locations plan is not working for us. In the
lock-step plan, any increase at Google, of necessity, is a diminishment at
IronPort. We need to get out of lock-step so that each site can find its
pro(google) != anti(IronPort)
I suggest the natural schedule at Google is 12X/year. The present schedule
for IronPort is 6X/year. If we do nothing else, both meetings are on the
2nd Thursday. I submit the most reasonable way to proceed is schedule 15
minutes at next IronPort meeting for those attending at IronPort to decide
what the ongoing IronPort schedule is. A future Google meeting can set the
ongoing schedule at Google, likely for 2007 and beyond.
>I haven't spoken up to defend IronPort because I was wondering if
>other people were going to do so. It definitely seems that the most
>anti-IronPort people are simply very vocal. It's strange that Alex
>who *works* at Google wasn't nearly as biased. It doesn't matter to
>me; I'm happy to be free of additional responsibilities.
>On 7/26/06, Aahz <aahz at pythoncraft.com> wrote:
> > On Wed, Jul 26, 2006, Carl J. Van Arsdall wrote:
> > >
> > > I honestly haven't seen too many people actually speak up in defense
> > > of Iron Port yet, so I'm starting to wonder if its worth the effort.
> > Maybe it's not worth the effort. What I wonder is why IronPort needs to
> > be constantly defended. The whole thing has left a bad taste in my
> > mouth, I'm sick and tired, and quite frankly, I'm >< this close to just
> > leaving BayPIGgies.
> > I'll just note one more time that IronPort attendance is nothing that
> > needs defending (IIRC, it consistently gets fifteen or more people), and
> > I'm certainly not the only person who supports IronPort as a location
> > despite never going there.
> > --
> > Aahz
> (aahz at pythoncraft.com) <*> http://www.pythoncraft.com/
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