Based on the various responses, we're kinda all everywhere. And Metro
accessible seems to be a priority. So I'll throw two places out there
and if anybody feels strongly one way or another, that should narrow
1) Bourbon Coffee -- 21st and L in Northwest - a couple blocks from
Foggy Bottom/GMU - http://www.yelp.c...
2) Northside Social - Fairfax Drive and Wilson Blvd - one block from
Clarendon - http://www.yelp.c...
Both have excellent coffee (NoSo actually has Counter Culture). Both
have WiFi, but if this becomes a more popular, regular thing I have no
issues getting a Clear 4G account to bring our own connection. Please
respond with date/time preferences and location thoughts.
On Fri, Nov 19, 2010 at 1:54 PM, Steve Holden <[address removed]> wrote:
> On 11/18/[masked]:33 AM, Joshua "jag" Ginsberg wrote:
>> Howdy Djangonauts/Djangotans/Djangophiles/Djanglers/whateverthehellweare!
>> I'm an independent contractor and work from home - but from time to
>> time to ensure my social skills don't devolve to the point where I'm a
>> drooling idiot spouting off random syllables without coherent
>> structure or syntax, I like to get out of my office and work from a
>> coffeeshop once or twice a week. I was wondering if there were other
>> likewise situated telecommuters getting paid for Djangling who might
>> like to meet up to work in the same coffee shop - it could be a
>> natural forum for asking questions, sharing techniques, bouncing crazy
>> ideas off one another, venting about clients, and making sure we
>> retain our ability to pass a Turing Test.
>> So if that's you and you're interested, let's figure out where we all
>> live and what hours we tend to work, find an appropriate venue, and
>> see what we can set up.
> I'm afraid I went past screaming incoherence several decades ago, but I
> do still like to exercise my social skills from time to time.
> I live in Fairfax, VA, and I have a basement with FIOS and a pool table
> in plenty of space. There's a couch and a table already, and if I got a
> few bean bags I am sure a group of eight to twelve geeks could be
> reasonably comfortable. Maybe we could get a session in there the week
> before Christmas?
> PS: Hadn't seen "Djangling" before - love it!
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