if we can make it there, we can make it anywhere

2001-03-04 Thread Greg McCarroll


After I cunningly (as cunning as a bear who had just graduated from
the school of obviousness) passed off the organisation of the NY.pm
invasion there was yet again another burst of enthusiasm for it, and
now it appears to have once again fallen off, where are we on this?

I ask because I quite fancy a trip to NY soon and would hate to go
myself only to find that London.pm en masse had organised themselves
into going.


-- 
Greg McCarroll  http://www.mccarroll.uklinux.net



Re: if we can make it there, we can make it anywhere

2001-03-04 Thread Alex Page

On Sun, Mar 04, 2001 at 03:20:24PM +, Greg McCarroll wrote:

 After I cunningly (as cunning as a bear who had just graduated from
 the school of obviousness) passed off the organisation of the NY.pm
 invasion there was yet again another burst of enthusiasm for it, and
 now it appears to have once again fallen off, where are we on this?

Dunno, if someone wants to use a perl meet as a smokescreen to coincide with a music 
festival I want to attend in NY at the end of august so I've got more chance of 
getting time off past my bosses, I'd be most grateful :-)

Alex
-- 
"I ask for so little. Just let me rule you, and you
 can have everything that you want." - Jareth, Labyrinth



German Perl Workshop pics

2001-03-04 Thread DJ Adams

oh woe, 2000 unread in my london.pm folder :-(

Still, I can post this, I guess:

"London PM members infiltrate German Perl Workshop - pictures here!"

http://www.pipetree.com/~dj/perlworkshop2001/

cheers
dj



Re: T-shirts for Monday

2001-03-04 Thread David H. Adler

On Fri, Feb 23, 2001 at 04:14:14PM +, Neil Ford wrote:
 
   Are we going to try and get as many PIMB tshirts in the audiance for
   Monday? We could even get a photo with Damian?
 
 I'll bring the 8 or so I have left as well.
 
 Excellent. We should probably present one to Damian.

I'm guessing that those of us on this side of the atlantic are,
therefore, out of luck at this point?

dha
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