On Mon, Dec 14, 2009 at 2:45 AM, Andrew <orderinchao...@gmail.com> wrote:
> This assumes that meetups will fix the perception problem. I don't think it
> will - they're good for social purposes but not much else.
> I work in education and I know that allowing people to own their successes
> increases their willingness to try more and stick around, and gives us
> valuable selling points to encourage sceptical locals.

But who is out there, and what sort of successes would they like to
own? And what methods would be better than meetups for establishing a
core of regular participants?

Stephen Bain

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