[portland] Fwd: LUNARR Demo & Food
freyley at gmail.com
Thu Sep 6 18:18:02 CEST 2007
Sorry about the spam. Here's Brett's reply when I pointed out that it was spam.
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From: Brett Josephson <brett at lunarr.com>
Date: Sep 6, 2007 9:15 AM
Subject: Re: [portland] LUNARR Demo & Food
To: Jeff Schwaber <freyley at gmail.com>
To be quite honest we are not using python language with our product.
Our goal, and aim is to get our new product (which we have spent over
2 years developing) in front of Portland's tech community. Our
collaboration software could put Portland on the web 2.0 map like
never before, and we are looking to share it with people around
Portland first. I hope you decide to come to the demo, at the very
least its free sushi and beer.
On Sep 5, 2007, at 11:45 PM, Jeff Schwaber wrote:
> Hey Brett,
> The least you could do, before you spammed us, is considered why we
> would care and told us. Is this a python application? Are you hiring?
> Is your demo going to talk about the underlying technology?
> If not, what you've just done is pretty clearly not acceptable.
> On 9/5/07, Brett Josephson <brett at lunarr.com> wrote:
>> After two years in stealth mode, LUNARR of Portland, Oregon is ready
>> to launch an early version of its web-based collaboration software.
>> Join us for
>> a pre-release demo and Q&A at CubeSpace at 622 SE Grand Ave. on
>> September 17 from 6pm to 8pm led by Toru Takasuka, CEO and founder,
>> and Hideshi
>> Hamaguchi, COO. Japanese food and beverages will be provided. Contact
>> Brett Josephson at LUNARR for more information at 503.293.8484 and
>> Scriptalicious on the front end, and Java on the back end, with the
>> usual suspects (jboss, apache, mysql, linux).
>> If you would like to join please RSVP at our upcoming.org page
>> Portland mailing list
>> Portland at python.org
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