I checked with Forest Room Five and we could get in there on a different night and have access to the projector. ?Lot's of other groups deal without WIFI during the meetings but those are mostly presentation oriented groups. ?Since we are shaping up to be more of a workshop style of group with occasional presentations I can see where WIFI is a priority.
For now I say we keep the group "roaming" until we find a proper home. ?Let's go for "Hooked on Colfax" for the next meeting. ?Do we have a topic of the next meeting? ?A leader? ?Any volunteers? ?I'd like to get a state of the union on where things are at with ClojureDocs (since it's a local project with some Colorado pride), see how folks are doing, then get focused on a topic. ?There are lot's of good examples that Ben put on the main page and I'm happy to walk through the sample code I've been working on (haven't done much since the last meeting). ?Kurt and I continued on the sample code after everyone else left and it was a pretty good exercise.
I haven't been too active in driving thinks lately because I can't be sure I'll make it to the meetings. ?We'll be having a ?baby soon and I'm on 24 hour watch at this point. ?:)
On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 11:03 AM, MLH <[address removed]>
On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 8:49 PM, Ben Atkin <[address removed]> wrote:Hey Ben,
> Hello all,
> At the end of the last meeting, we were talking about finding a meeting
> place for next time. Any ideas?
> I want wifi more than I want a projector. In fact, having online content is
> preferable to me over the majority of projector setups. The lighting for
> projectors usually isn't that great, and usually when it is, it sucks for
> discussion. To me, it's more important to be able to see the people I'm
> talking to and my notes than it is to not have to worry about navigating to
> new content.
> The best option I see right now is picking a coffee shop. Hooked On Colfax
> would be great if it was easier to access by bus. I think it might still be
> a relatively good choice.
> Please discuss.
I looked into the Denver public library, but it looks like that won't
work, the latest they're open is 8pm (and only on certain days).
I agree about the wifi, at least 1 public plug would be nice also if
we're going to do any heavy crunching with Clojure. I think it'd be
worth giving Hooked on Colfax a shot.
Anyone go to UCD/Metro/CCD who could maybe get us a room on the campus
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