On Sat, Jul 12, 2008 at 04:55:18PM -0400, Massimo Brozzi wrote:
> - Tim (that is our "reference point") should collect our e-mail and mobiles,
> so if something changes at last moment he can also send an e-mail directly to
> all us.
> Mine are: Massimo Brozzi - [address removed] [masked]
Sure, send 'em in. Mine are [address removed] [masked]
> - A meeting is confirmed if the organizer + at least 4 people have confirmed
> the day before that They are coming.
The meetup.com RSVP mechanism works well for that.
> - Before going to a meeting we should propose by our mailing list the subjects
> and our (crazy) ideas we would like to discuss with the others, having a subject
> would make the meeting much more interesting then just speaking randomly. Having
> a whiteboard would probably great, but in the worst case our laptos with PPT
> presentations could do the job anyway.
I agree that having some topics in mind, to give the meeting a focus,
would be good.
> Anyone wants to add suggestions and comments? ;)
If anyone's interested in source code performance profiling I'd be happy
to talk about my pet project of the moment: Devel::NYTProf. It's a perl
source code profiler, but I'd be interested in feedback from you guys in
relation to the design/clarity of the output. Here's an example:
p.s. Massimo, I've just made to an Assistant Organiser on meetup.com :)