Wash. D.C. Area: DCPIGgies, Mar. 13

Sam Schulenburg samschul at pacbell.net
Tue Mar 14 23:05:14 CET 2000


When an old figer (1979) becomes a new piggie (2000), what is he called?

Sam Schulenburg

In article <Pine.LNX.4.10.10003141022130.31951-
100000 at rockhopper.deirdre.org>,
Deirdre Saoirse <deirdre at deirdre.net> wrote:
> On Mon, 28 Feb 2000, Fredrik Lundh wrote:
>
> > > Can we add to the agenda:
> > >
> > > * Changing the name from "piggies" to something more respectable.
> >
> > old topic:
> >
> > http://www.deja.com/=dnc/viewthread.xp?AN=514428490
> >
> > (start with John Landahls post -- the stuff
> > above that one is from alt.pets.guinea-pigs ;-)
>
> (somewhat belated in that I hadn't been reading on this topic)
>
> One wonders, if John Landahl was so interested in forming a Python
group
> in San Francisco, why he never showed up to BayPIGgies (afaik) or
signed
> up for the mailing list.
>
> Anyhow, my apologies to anyone without a sense of humor for using
PIG, but
> I was also thinking of the old Forth Interest Groups, aka FIGs.
>
> --
> _Deirdre * http://www.linuxcabal.org * http://www.deirdre.net
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initiative in
> creating the Internet." -- Al Gore
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>
>


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