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Re: [The-Boston-Arduino-Users-Group] Boston Arduino user's group shutting down?

From: Rick
Sent on: Saturday, August 18, 2012 7:52 PM
Bocoup is willing to take this on and cover the fee.

-Rick

On Saturday, August 18, 2012 at 7:35 PM, g.andrew.stone wrote:

This is a repost from the message board directly to your email.  Sorry if you get double, but I think people aren't seeing the message board posts because nobody replied but at the same time a bunch of people signed up to attend a meetup!

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It looks like Ed stepped down as organizer.  I was going to just sign up as organizer but it turns out you have to pay about $15 a month to have a meetup group so its not a "no-brainer" to keep this going.

While I love the idea of the arduino user's group and have had a lot of fun at the meetups I sponsored, I have not had much time this summer for going down to Boston because I am fixing up my house to sell. But this might change by this fall... and if so I'd be attending and sponsoring a lot more.

Is there still interest and excitement over a user's group? Or is Arduino so big now that its easy to get information and help from other sources?

Your thoughts greatly appreciated

Andrew





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