[Python-uk] Next London Python meeting...
Sat, 27 Nov 1999 16:42:39 +0000 (GMT)
On Fri, 26 Nov 1999, Andy Robinson wrote:
> --- Adrian Eyre <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > >> Does everyone here actually live in London?
> > > No. There's also a Cambridge group and at least
> > one inhabitant of
> > > Oxford has been noticed. Thus far we haven't
> > gotten much beyond
> > > organising informal meetings.
> > Perhaps I should be more specific:
> > Do most the people who are near enough to London to
> > attend a meet there
> > actually live in London, or some county near to
> > London.
> > e.g. If everyone concerned actually lives in Surrey,
> > then it would be
> > easier for everyone to meet there instead of London.
> Well, there are three in Putney and one in Richmond,
> which is why Putney is leading the charge at the
> moment - and it is at least close to Surrey.
> I can't make this weekend - off visiting relatives -
> but am on for something the week starting 6th December
> if anyone else is.
Oh bugger -- I was hoping you'd bring your snake along (so newbies can
identify us). I'll get my own...
> Maybe we should try to get a teensy bit more formal in
> December that would tempt everyone to get together -
Good idea. It'd be nice to meet the Cambridge people.
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