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Re: [ruby-programming-in-thailand] Jason added a post

From: Jan J.
Sent on: Thursday, March 18, 2010 3:16 AM
Bug & Bee sounds good to me!

Jason, I guess you are talking about John Berns when you mentioned BarCamp?

As it's the first one how about we do introductions, talk about what we are working on and maybe some of our Gem choices, dev environment choices, hosting providers etc. ?

I started this a while back, would be worth inviting the missing guys from here too: http://www.linked...­



On 18 Mar 2010, at 02:19, Ches Martin wrote:

> You can make a new flyer here if you'd like:
> http://www.meetup...­
> Resolution with the new logo still isn't perfect but it's a little better :-/
> I tried sending a message with a suggestion to the list address
> earlier today and thought that maybe it's set to be moderated, but now
> I'm realizing I sent it with a different "from" address than what I
> have registered with Meetup so that's probably why it didn't go
> through. I'll just include it here. Jason's Siam suggestion sounds
> good too.
> Hey folks,
> While we're waiting to hear Jason's thoughts on where and when and
> what to talk about, does anyone else have ideas or input?
> I think we'd ideally want a private space with a projector available
> for presentations eventually, but I'm sure we could make do with a few
> casual meet-and-greet gatherings to start with, and maybe some
> informal Barcamp-style lightning talks, huddling around laptops if
> there are only a few of us. Just to meet and gauge people's interests,
> discuss ideal meeting time and place, etc.
> I'd propose Bug & Bee Silom as an option:
> http://bugandbee....­
> It's been my office on several occasions while living here -- it's
> fairly centrally located, spacious, has free wifi, is open 24 hours,
> has good coffee and fruit smoothies and decent food, and there are
> often groups of students studying there so they're used to that sort
> of thing. The location should provide a range of options for dinner
> before meeting or watering holes if folks want to grab a beer
> afterward.
> Just something that came to my mind as a good option -- anyone have
> others? Ideas for talks you might like to give or hear in the future?
> Meetup has a new-ish Ideas feature:
> http://www.meetup...­
> Regards,
> -Ches
> On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 1:52 AM, Jason <[address removed]> wrote:
>> Glad to see that people are interested, I was hoping to get at least a few.
>> :-) I was thinking for a first meetup, since we dont have many members we
>> could meet up at a coffee shop. I recently found a decent cafe in Siam
>> Center next to Chula bookstore. That might be easy for everyone since its a
>> 2 minute walk from the Siam BTS. Once we get more people taking an interest
>> I can look for a more proper space.
>> Thoughts?
>> @Ches, thanks for the image!
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