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What can we do?

From: Tim L.
Sent on: Tuesday, April 9, 2013 3:27 PM

Wanted to send an email to the whole group, just to see what we can do to get more of you all out to the meetup. Right now we have around 70 members, but only a handful at meetups.

I know there's quite a range of experience in the group, from those just starting to learn PHP, to senior developers. We've tried to cater to both levels by having two talks each meetup, one more of a '101' talk and one more advanced - but perhaps that's not the right solution.

So, here's the question - what can we do to get you out to a meetup?

Would it be better to have them less frequently? Perhaps a alternate between a more basic topic and an advanced topic each month (instead of splitting the meetup)? Should we expand to more than PHP?

Let me know what you think - I'd love to see the group grow.

And if you're around Bethlehem tonight, why not just stop by tonight. This time we're combining with LVTech's Tech Talk, and Anthony Ferrara will be talk about PHPPHP - a PHP interpreted written in PHP.


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