[LRUG] Onwards and upwards, into 2011
murray.steele at gmail.com
Tue Dec 28 04:54:04 PST 2010
The registration link for the January meeting (Monday Jan 10th) is now
available: http://skillsmatter.com/event/ajax-ria/lrug-889/rl-311 Please go
and register, and while you're there, have a think about what we might do
and volunteer yourself.
Also, for the Feb meeting, Skills Matter only have Monday the 7th available
so we'll do it then.
So to update on my last mail, Q1 of 2011 looks like this :
January: 10th (still looking for an agenda)
February: 7th (we'll do our 20x20 lightning talks, still need volunteers)
March: 14th (we have plenty of time to work this out)
On 17 December 2010 16:51, Murray Steele <murray.steele at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey all,
> As mentioned at the meeting on Monday the dates for the next couple of
> meetings are*:
> January: 10th
> February: 14th
> March: 14th
> That February meeting date might be problematic for the more romantic or
> Hallmark-inspired members of the group, so I'll ask Skills Matter if we can
> move it. Obviously it depends on what dates Skills Matter have available
> for us, but a rough set of choices is available here:
> http://doodle.com/tuhqcshfhpyanqm5 (Previous Monday, following Monday or
> the Tuesday 15 or Wednesday 16th).
> In terms of content we're wide open.
> It'd be nice to get January sorted out as soon as possible before every one
> retreats to their caves to hibernate for the Winterval period. Anyone up
> for it?
> February will be our traditional lightning talk evening. If anyone's not
> been before we do it 20x20 style (20 slides, autotransitioning after 20
> seconds for a 6 minutes 40 seconds total talk time), so we need lots of
> speakers. Usually about 7 or 8 of us will be enough to fill the evening.
> Last year I put myself forward to do a talk on whatever the list wanted to
> hear about (I talked about Ruby Fibers). Maybe someone else would like to
> fall on that sword this time?
> March is just a normal meeting. Unless you suggest we do something wildly
> different? It's probably about time we did another slightly ambitious
> technical evening. Like a dojo or a kata or trying a ruby quiz or
> something. Anyone up for that? We can sort it out later on, just have a
> think yeah?
> * These are all mondays, obviously.
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