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Re: [linux-392] change the date for the next meetup?

From: Matthew J.
Sent on: Wednesday, December 12, 2007 1:37 PM
Is the tech meetup going to meet every second tuesday from here on
out, or is it just for Jan?



On Dec 12,[masked]:31 PM, Matthew Jording <[address removed]> wrote:
>
> Curses!
>
> scheduling has been a real struggle given the number of tech groups
> and an availability times for a decent space. We have a standing date
> with Think Coffee every Second Tuesday, which is great because its a
> good place and we don't have to hunt for space in New York every
> month. I did a bit of digging on other meetups to try to establish a
> regular day that didn't conflict with any of the other user groups,
> and the pattern of the other meetups. I completely missed the mysql
> meetup. So I am going to reach out to the organizers of similar groups
> to see if we can't find a decent regular schedule that doesnt conflict
> and also let them in on the Think space.
>
> Also I can see if there are any other nights available for January.
> Does anyone have any days we should not have it? Let me know any
> regular group meeting days so we can schedule properly.
>
> Thanks
> Matt
>
> On Dec 12,[masked]:06 PM, Chris Munns <[address removed]> wrote:
> > Hey Everyone,
> >     I was wondering if we could open some dialog about possibly changing
> > the day of this Meetup, both for next month, and going forward.  Due to
> > the holiday the New York City New Tech Meetup has been pushed back a
> > week to the 8th as well, so I know I won't be able to make the next
> > meeting, not sure if anyone else is a New Tech member here or not, but
> > it could be an issue for them as well.  Also, the same night we have our
> > Meetup, the MySQL group meets.  Again, really difficult for members of
> > them both to figure out which one to attend.  Since the groups are so
> > similar and almost complimentary, does it make sense to do them on
> > different nights for the sake of the community?
> >
> > Just tossin that out there.
> >
> > - Chris Munns
> > Meetup
> >
> >
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