[Smaug] meeting place for next Monday
isaac at metrolinkusa.net
Thu, 31 Oct 2002 17:10:22 -0800
* Jeremy Brand, B.S. (email@example.com) wrote:
> Thus spake Rick Moen:
> > Quoting Jeremy Brand, B.S. (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> > > Forgive me for not checking the site, it's hit or miss as to if it is
> > > up-to-date or not, seems more miss than hit actually. :) Who'd of thought
> > > someone would have updated the site! :)
> > >
> > > Any particular reason why 7:pm instead of 8:pm ?
> > <shrug> In order to not change the time yet again.
> > There was discussion, here. To review:
> > Meetings were 1st Mondays at 8 PM for quite a while. Then, the minimal
> > possible change to mostly evade 10 PM(?) karaoke was to move the start
> > time back an hour to 7 PM (with the advantage that people who didn't
> > hear about the change in time would still find people there, and not
> > walk away wondering what happened to Smaug).
> > Then, the TV/sports plague doomed Monday nights entirely, and Phil White
> > kindly did the legwork to verify that Thursdays would work. (Yay!)
> > Various Thursdays were discussed and 2nd Thursdays seemed to have no
> > major problems, so again we did the minimal change -- i.e., change the
> > day but not the time or location.
> > Suggestions for better venues are always welcome, especially if
> > accompanied by results of the necessary legwork, e.g., the way
> > Evan ("Mr. Bad") Prodromou described it for the Bay Area Debian group:
> > http://bad.debian.net/shotgun_rules.txt
> Thanks Rick! Is it possible that we might someday actually see you at the
> meetings? There are rumors that you have made it in the past, but it has
> been a great while since I hear. It would be cool if you could make it
> once and a while! Maybe this new day and time will work out for you too.
> *fingers crossed*
> PS, thanks for the review!
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The last time I showed up for a meeting Rick enlightened us with a fine
discussion on DNS.
Maybe I should show up more often ...
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