[Chicago] who cares about meeting topics

Adam Jenkins emperorcezar at gmail.com
Tue Dec 20 19:44:32 CET 2011


I know for a fact some of my friends will come based on the topic. Some
people will come for the food and drink, and others, like us, the cool
kids, will come every time because it's been promised to be the best
meeting ever.

On Tue, Dec 20, 2011 at 12:32 PM, Carl Karsten <carl at personnelware.com>wrote:

> I am wondering how many people decide to attend or not based on what
> talks are scheduled?
>
> For instance, I will attend even if something is scheduled that I am
> sure I will  never use.  I always learn something, often in the
> discussions between talks.
>
> Some times I will forward the announcement to friends that don't do
> PYthon but are interested in the domain, like maps, robots, etc.
>
> I am assuming the same would apply to the Django group and wondering
> if it is worth the trouble posting the planned talks or just the
> time/place.   And this got me wondering the same thing about chipy
> meetings.
>
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