RFC: Sept-Oct 2007 Meetings and Release party.
prinice at gmail.com
Wed Sep 5 07:05:59 BST 2007
I'm in. BR area sounds good. It would be just me coming. Doesn't
matter where, I'm not a drinker either.
On 9/5/07, Hal Wilke <hfwilke at gmail.com> wrote:
> Another thought....
> Should we send notice of the release party to other local LUGs, or is this
> just a party for us? It may be a way to get a little publicity...
> On 9/4/07, Michael Verret <michael.verret at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have the dates set for the next meetings and the "Gutsy Gibbon"
> > release party but not the times just yet. I'm trying to work the times
> > out where they benefit the most people. I will really need to know who
> > plans on making it to the party as we get closer to it. We are about 6
> > weeks away from the party so we have time to plan. Here are the dates.
> > IRC Meeting Saturday, September 15th (Time TBD)
> > IRC Meeting Saturday, October 13th (Time TBD)
> > "Gutsy Gibbon" Release Party, October 20th (Time TBD)
> > We will possibly have IRC meetings in between the ones scheduled above
> > depending on what's going on at the time. The party will most likely
> > be ARO the Baton Rouge area. We have members in Monroe and the N.O.'s
> > area so something in the middle is best for a first gathering. I live
> > in the "Lafayette" are which is more "in-the-middle" and could be
> > another possibility, but I'm willing to drive another hour to help
> > someone else get there.
> > The party is (as per the norm) a relaxing social gathering to
> > celebrate the hard work leading up to the release. There are no
> > speeches, seminars or Q&A, only fun is allowed. For our team it will
> > be our first chance to meet each other to put a face behind those
> > keystrokes. Spouses are more than welcome (even better if they
> > come!!!).
> > As this email is tittled RFC (Thanks Rob) I would appreciate your
> > comments, especially on "where" and "when" for the party. My thoughts
> > are "late afternoon/early night" at a nice place with food and drink.
> > Doesn't have to be a restaurant, just someplace comfortable. If any of
> > you happen to live in or frequent the B.R. area that will be
> > especially helpful.
> > Regards,
> > Michael Verret (Axxium)
> > https://launchpad.net/~michael-verret
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