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Python meetup on your side of DFW?

From: Sheila A.
Sent on: Monday, June 25, 2012 9:58 AM
The DFW Pythoneers meetup locations have been historically biased
toward areas north of Dallas, such as Addison and Richardson.

We now have 195 members listed on the Meetup site, but our meetings
typically only have 5-10 attendees. Quite a few have mentioned that
they drive a long distance, which is a lot of effort and time spent on
what is typically a very casual meeting.

In particular, "Project Night" is a very casual meetup, and ideally
should be close to attendees. We don't currently have a pushpin map of
member locations, but it might be worth trying out a few different
locations to see what happens.

Does anyone want to volunteer to host a project night in a different
area of DFW?  It takes no effort to prepare, it just needs someone to
commit to showing up at a reasonably quiet venue having power outlets
and wifi.

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