[Python Edinburgh] Poll results
toms.baugis at gmail.com
Wed Sep 10 18:03:23 CEST 2014
Thanks for the links and recommendations - will find a spot with least
clashes and tyr again!
Aaron - i decided to not even go into the meetup.com discussion. The reason
to ask the question in the first place was to find out the chances that the
organizing could move over to it. As there are plenty of people disliking
that idea, that won't happen, yet the page itself will stay as a mirror and
a means for people to discover the meetup.
On Wed, Sep 10, 2014 at 4:54 PM, Becky Smith <rebkwok at gmail.com> wrote:
> PyLadies will be on that list soon, now that Mark has alerted me to its
> On 10 Sep 2014 16:50, "Mark Smith" <mark.smith at practicalpoetry.co.uk>
>> Hey Toms,
>> Cool to see the results - thanks for the effort you're putting in!
>> Just a quick note that the 2nd Tuesday of the month isn't going to be
>> possible - it's the PyLadies meetup.
>> Most of the major Edinburgh groups are listed at http://edinburgh2.com/
>> (although PyLadies isn't yet), and there's also
>> https://opentechcalendar.co.uk/area/62-edinburgh for checking conflicts.
>> On 10 September 2014 16:17, Toms <toms.baugis at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hello Python Edinburgh!
>>> This email is a two parter - what's next followed by the results of the
>>> poll. The full poll results minus contact details are in the attachment.
>>> What's next
>>> There was a resounding demand to have the talks separate from the pub
>>> night. As such I propose to try and have talks in the diagonally opposite
>>> weeks from the pub night. That would be the 2nd Tuesday of the month. The
>>> provisional date for first such event would be October 7th.
>>> I'll be jumping in IRC to talk through the details with Mark and then
>>> will try seeing about the venue.
>>> I'll be sending out follow-up email once a venue has been secured, to
>>> look for who could contribute with the talks.
>>> Results of the poll
>>> 29 people participated
>>> 7 have zero interest in talks
>>> talks + drinks vs 2 events
>>> 19 people want to keep the pub night separate
>>> 9 yes on willing to give a talk and 2 probably
>>> 3 of the people who responded said that their company could help hosting
>>> a talk night
>>> 14 out of 29 have given a talk before
>>> all 4 respondents that have been <3 months with py edinburgh would be
>>> willing to give a talk
>>> 12 of the respondents have been members less than a year
>>> 15 are 1+ years (6 of which 3+ years)
>>> 9 people expressed heavy dislike for meetup.com
>>> Roughly 14 people appreciate informal atmosphere, 8 of which fear that
>>> talks might ruin that
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