carl at personnelware.com
Thu Jun 26 15:40:54 CEST 2008
Michael H Buselli wrote:
> On Wed, 25 Jun 2008 21:54:47 CDT, Brian Ray wrote:
>> Should we consider using MeetUp again? At the very beginning we used
>> it but nobody wanted to pay.
>> Do not get me wrong, I think our anarchical methodologies work for us
>> 80% of the time. Its the other 20% I wish to capture. And I do not
>> like structure beyond what is enforceable by whitespace.
> MeetUp is kind of evil. It works well for a while, and then when you
> get around to developing your own application to replace it (someone?),
> MeetUp won't let you notify everyone that you've moved to another site.
> Instead, MeetUp tells those that didn't get the memo offline that the
> group is dying, and they need to pay up the dues to save it. Some poor
> guy will probably fall for their bait, send them cash, and end up
> supporting nothing at all.
> So if you're okay with that... sure. It is probably better than
Why don't we skip the meetup step and go straight to the replace it step?
What is the problem that this (meetup or similar) would solve?
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