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Subject: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Fwd: Re: [The-New-York-Perl-Meetup-Group] Consensus from last night's
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Subject: Re: [The-New-York-Perl-Meetup-Group] Consensus from last
Date: Wed, 18 May 2011 16:05:08 -0400
From: Jordan Adler
CC: James E Keenan , "ny.pm"
Sorry if I wasn't clear enough. I assumed everyone had a background
on this which is why I posted to the mailing lists.
Basically, there was a meeting last night posted on both perlsemny and
ny.pm mailing lists regarding a joint technical and social discussion.
The agenda is below:
> Data Structures Serialization with Data::Serializer
> Raffaello Galli
> Raffaello will present an overview of this class, practical
> applications and use cases (expected and unexpected).
> Perl Community in New York City
> Jim Keenan
> With the closing of the NYPC User Group in the Ramada New Yorker, we
> necessarily enter a new phase in the development of Perl user groups
> in New York City. We invite you to participate in how we can best
> proceed going forward.
Essentially, we discussed the organization of future meetings and
venues. There were lots of ideas abound, and the venue didn't seem
appropriate to discuss it. Generally, consensus was to postpone it
until this date, 12 July, sometime after work.
Personally, I feel that talk is cheap and action is invaluable. I
think the agenda should perhaps contain some discussion on this topic,
and that action should be taken to get the ball rolling and invite
more people to create social and technical gatherings as they see fit.
However, I feel also that the agenda should be mostly technical, and
draw people in with what matters: working together to share knowledge
that would be useful in problem solving with Perl.
Jordan M. Adler
On Wed, May 18, 2011 at 3:55 PM, Aaron D wrote:
> I just want to confirm with Jim if there is a perlsemny meeting that day?
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