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Live-Blogging of the Event - Everything, Presentation-Only, or None?

There has been recent interest in live-blogging of the meetup. While I can see the potential benefit to the speaker [and sponsor] in publicity, I don't want to discourage anyone from coming out to speak or to just hang out because it is being live-blogged. (I want the meetup to be an informal thing where everyone can relax, meet new people, learn something and have a beer afterward without feeling "on".) So, while obviously I can't stop anyone from blogging anything, I want to figure out what the attitude toward live-blogging should be. Should live-blogging be...?

Oct 1, 2007 10 so far

What are the acceptable uses of the mailing list?

As we grow in members, we need to figure out what the mailing list should be for. I don't know all the answers. Obviously, the next meetup event will be announced on the list. However, I'm trying to figure out what else (if anything) should go on the list...

Oct 1, 2007 11 so far

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