[Chicago] who cares about meeting topics

Eric Stein toba at des.truct.org
Wed Dec 21 11:19:00 CET 2011

I attend based on the phase of the moon. Topics are a secondary
Anything else is not relevant.


On 12/20/2011 11:17 PM, Christopher Allan Webber wrote:
> Meeting topics definitely mean a lot to me.  EG: last meeting when Tal
> was talking about GObject-introspect, I knew I was planning to be in
> town on Friday, but I knew I *had* to be in town for that particular
> talk.
> Carl Karsten <carl at personnelware.com> writes:
>> 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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