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December 2007 meeting?

Monday, December 10th is our next scheduled user group meeting. However, our fearless leader Sheeri will be out of town. What should we do?

Nov 23, 2007 5 so far

Change in Plans for January??? Please vote ASAP.

Brian is an avid bowler, and has never gone candlepin bowling. What should we do? MySQL's Director of Architecture, Brian Aker, will be in town Monday, January 15th. (If we decide to go bowling or out to dinner/beer, user group members are responsible for their own costs, and it will likely be at Lanes & Games, plenty of parking and very close to Alewife http://www.lanesgames.com/ ). Vote for as many as you're OK with -- ie, if you don't care and all of the plans are great, just check every box.

Jan 5, 2007 18 so far

When should the Oct meetup be?

The October MySQL User Group is currently scheduled for the 2nd Monday of the month -- Columbus Day. Should we have the User Group then, at the end of a 3-day weekend (for some)? NOTE: there are only 7 choices. You can rate them however you'd like (ie, 1-7, 1-10 with gaps, 3-10, whatever).

Sep 11, 2006 9 so far

What should the Jan 9th MySQL Meetup's presentation be on?

Dec 13, 2005 12 so far

Where should the Boston MySQL Meetup meetings be held?

Nov 15, 2005 17 so far

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