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Re: [dotnet-134] ATL ALT.NET: Call for volunteers: Local area organizers

From: Dennis H.
Sent on: Sunday, February 15, 2009 10:17 PM
Anyone interested in a Smyrna/Mableton meetup?
Dennis



--- On Sun, 2/15/09, Josh Gough <[address removed]> wrote:

> From: Josh Gough <[address removed]>
> Subject: [dotnet-134] ATL ALT.NET: Call for volunteers: Local area organizers
> To: [address removed]
> Date: Sunday, February 15, 2009, 4:19 PM
> Hello everyone,I hope you are doing well. We have almost 100
> members in this group now! Thanks to all of you for your
> continued interest and participation in this meetup. I know
> that downtown Atlanta is not always the most convenient
> place for people to meet.  So, this year I want to expand
> the reach of this group so that more people can get
> "plugged in".2009 GoalI want this meetup to be
> seen more as a "shared calendar" for .NET devs.
> So, while we'll continue to have a monthly, topical
> event, I want to encourage all who are interested to serve
> as co-organizers to bring devs together in your own local
> part of Atlanta.Call for VolunteersAs mentioned, I'm
> looking for co-organizers for this group. If you are
> interested, the responsibilities are not many:1) Once yo get
> marked as "Co-Organizer" and will have the ability
> to schedule events on the calendar.2) You agree to help
> organize some less formal (not like our monthly meetup is
> formal anyway), but more frequent social gatherings in your
> local area.3) Any other responsibility you'd like to
> claim for yourselfExample:I'm starting a new job in the
> Dunwoody area this week just off of exit 5, and one thing
> I'll be doing is scheduling a weekly lunch in the area
> for .NET folks who work in that area to get together. No
> topic, no agenda, just food and fellowship. We are .NET devs
> and we have plenty to say, so there will be no shortage of
> topics to arise.So, if you're interested to lead the
> Smyrna wing, the Norcross wing, the Kennesaw wing, the
> Duluth wing, or wherever, just let me know.Take care,Josh
> 
> 
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