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Monday October 17, 2005
02:15 AM

I'm in Boston

[ #27200 ]

I'll be in Boston (well, Milford) this week. Anything going on with the Boston Perl Mongers? According to their page it looks like I'm going to miss all of the scheduled meetings.

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  • I noticed that my company is running the stonehenge course this week and wondered who was teaching it. I'm in Boston (Hopkinton, not Milford) too this week for a company internal conference. I'll try to drop by and say hi to you.
    • wow, just noticed that boston pm is making proposal to the yapc 2006. you guys are so much ahead of vancouver pm ;-)
      • They've been working on the proposal for a while - I've chimed in occassionally with some perspective thoughts (I was on the committee for the past YAPC in Torontoand I travel to Boston a few times per year). The Boston PM has a large group of people working on the proposal and they've done a good job. (Of course if they win, their work has just started, heh, heh. :-)
        • But I'm exhausted after writing that proposal! I thought the gnomes were supposed to come out at night and finish the conference for us.

          I guess they just do shoes.
  • No, [] has nothing scheduled this week. You'd mentioned you'd be in Boston later in the fall, but if a week was mentioned, it didn't register. If you want to arrange something, we should discuss it with Ron. I will send you & Ron email.

    In a different room at the same MIT building that Boston.PM is using now, the Boston Linux Unix aka BLU [] will be hosting Mako on Ubuntu 5.10 release.

    And there is a rumor of a Damian in Boston later in the month ...

    # I had a sig when sigs were cool
    use Sig;