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From: Ruben Safir
Cc: Brian Seitz , "jim -at- valinux . com"
Subject: [hangout] Announcement: Perl Bots Talk From NYLXS
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Brian Sietz is giving a 2 hour lector on Writing IRC BOTS in Perl on Thursday.
This is really a cool topic. Bots show up on IRC channels like people can
converse with them. The can be used to interject FAQ's, or the make pleasant
conversation. It is fun to see people argue with Bots.
This meeting is scheduled on the NYLX Calendar and will happen at the Killarny
Rose at 80 Beaver Street, Manhattan near Wall and Perl.
In Services are peer to peer lectures to develope an expanssion of research and
knowledge amoung peers. They are interactive, and are very useful for spreading
knowledge around. They are key to professional development.
So please join us and have a beer. It will be a fun evening, starting at 6:15.
This is an open NYLXS meeting. If you want to be a member of NYLXS, we have a
volunteer provision. If you can do an inservice on any open source project, pass
it to us and earn form volunteer credits.
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