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  • 2000 [pm.org], 2001 [pm.org], 2002 [pm.org], 2003 [pm.org], 2004 [pm.org], 2005 [pm.org] and 2006 [pm.org].

    • Because the point was that both those groups appear to have 0 members :-)
      • Because the point was that both those groups appear to have 0 members :-)

        And our rather noisy Boston [pm.org] mailing list is shown as having 300 members and 0 posts per day. (And doesn't mention sometimes-social meetings.)

        No poll / census is a perfect reflection of reallity -- the Map is not the territory.

        But yes, it is funny that the last two YAPC::EU's have been run by groups with (reportedly) no members.

        (-: Is this a sign that Barbie+Birmingham.PM should make some (read all) members redundant quickly,

        --
        Bill
        # I had a sig when sigs were cool
        use Sig;
      • Ah. I see.

        Well actually it says that those groups have mailing lists with no members. Which isn't quite the same as saying that the groups have no members. But obviously a mailing list with no members seems a little pointless and you'd generally expect most of the group members to be on the mailing list.

        I deliberately didn't ask the group leaders how many actual members they had. Largely because from experiences with london.pm I know what a tricky concept membership can be :)