Re: Technical Meeting Agenda

2001-04-12 Thread Dean

On Thu, Apr 12, 2001 at 10:15:13AM +0100, dcross - David Cross wrote:

 Committee Reports:
 Canel Visitation Committee
^

God we're going down market... ;)

Dean
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RE: Technical Meeting Agenda

2001-04-12 Thread dcross - David Cross

From: Dean [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Thursday, April 12, 2001 10:20 AM

 On Thu, Apr 12, 2001 at 10:15:13AM +0100, dcross - David Cross wrote:
 
  Committee Reports:
  Canel Visitation Committee
 ^
 
 God we're going down market... ;)

You didn't think I'd actually have anything to report on the _camel_ visit
did you :)

Dave...


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Re: Technical Meeting Agenda

2001-01-12 Thread Jo Walsh


 Venue: State 51 (full details - and a map? - to follow)

State51 is in a disused foam factory at 8-10 rhoda street, bethnal green,
near the junction of brick lane and bethnal green road.

http://www.streetmap.co.uk/streetmap.dll?G2M?X=533817Y=182479A=YZ=1
tube shoreditch (but closes early), bethnal green 10 mins, liverpool
street 15 mins, old street 15 mins, number 8 bus
(victoria-tcr-holborn-bank-here) right outside.

there's a big iron gate with 'state51' painted on it. go in and at the far
end is a metal staircase. we're at the top.
we may be slightly short of chairs. it may be a little chilly.
 
 We'll start with four or five lightning talks. Currently I've only got
 Robin talking about Oulipo, but I'm sure we can come up with a couple
 more between us.
 

i could do 5 mins on what fun it is to build a perl jobs database with
tangram and template toolkit. (it's in testing atm) if you like.

jo






RE: Technical Meeting Agenda

2001-01-12 Thread Jo Walsh


  i could do 5 mins on what fun it is to build a perl jobs database with
  tangram and template toolkit. (it's in testing atm) if you like.
 
 That would be cool. Do you want to publicise the URL or is it a Big Secret?

i will do that when it is not not quite finished. like what it is now :)

jo







Re: Technical Meeting Agenda

2001-01-12 Thread Piers Cawley

dcross - David Cross [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 From: Jo Walsh [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Sent: 12 January 2001 12:18
 
   Venue: State 51 (full details - and a map? - to follow)
  
  State51 is in a disused foam factory at 8-10 rhoda street, 
  bethnal green,near the junction of brick lane and bethnal 
  green road.
  
  http://www.streetmap.co.uk/streetmap.dll?G2M?X=533817Y=182479A=YZ=1
  tube shoreditch (but closes early), bethnal green 10 mins, liverpool
  street 15 mins, old street 15 mins, number 8 bus
  (victoria-tcr-holborn-bank-here) right outside.
  
  there's a big iron gate with 'state51' painted on it. go in 
  and at the far end is a metal staircase. we're at the top.
  we may be slightly short of chairs. it may be a little chilly.
 
 Excellent. Thanks for that.
 
   We'll start with four or five lightning talks. Currently 
   I've only got Robin talking about Oulipo, but I'm sure we 
   can come up with a couple more between us.
  
  i could do 5 mins on what fun it is to build a perl jobs database with
  tangram and template toolkit. (it's in testing atm) if you like.
 
 That would be cool. Do you want to publicise the URL or is it a Big Secret?

If I make it I can do 5 minutes on Class::Decorator and the art of
monkeying with Perl's inheritance and OO dispatch mechanisms...

-- 
Piers




Re: Technical Meeting Agenda

2001-01-12 Thread Leon Brocard

Dave Cross sent the following bits through the ether:

 We'll start with four or five lightning talks. Currently I've only got
 Robin talking about Oulipo, but I'm sure we can come up with a couple
 more between us.

I'd like to do: "What my Perl Monger World Map Lightning Talk at
yapc::Europe should have been".

Leon
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RE: Technical Meeting Agenda

2001-01-12 Thread dcross - David Cross

From: Leon Brocard [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: 12 January 2001 15:58
 
 Dave Cross sent the following bits through the ether:
 
  We'll start with four or five lightning talks. Currently 
  I've only got Robin talking about Oulipo, but I'm sure we 
  can come up with a couple more between us.
 
 I'd like to do: "What my Perl Monger World Map Lightning Talk at
 yapc::Europe should have been".

m'kay. And I think that's enought lightning talks people. Anyone else will
have to save it until Feb and become a support act for either Matt Sergeant
or Damian Conway.

Dave...

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Re: Technical Meeting Agenda

2001-01-11 Thread Greg McCarroll

* Dave Cross ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
 
 XML::Schema - Andy
 

can we finish this with some sort of SIG meeting on XML::Scheme
seeing as its all just ideas in the fevoured mind of Mr Wardley
so far, i'm sure there are the usual suspect who'd like to vent
their own opinions
 
 Hopefully it'll all be over by 9:30 and we can all bugger off to the
 nearest hostelry.

ack, if i'm going to speak i'll have to allow myself a one beer
ration


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