[internetworkers] INW gathering, Tuesday July 24th,
jim at neuse.net
Thu Jul 26 13:54:41 EDT 2007
Hot Tuna at the Cat's Cradle is non smoking tomorrow night. Be there.
Jim Ray, President
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: internetworkers-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org [mailto:internetworkers-
> bounces at lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of Andrew C. Oliver
> Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2007 1:40 PM
> To: Internetworkers: http://www.ibiblio.org/internetworkers/
> Subject: Re: [internetworkers] INW gathering, Tuesday July 24th,
> If it is at a non-smoking establishment I'll come sometimes to
> Phillip Rhodes wrote:
> > Tanner Lovelace wrote:
> >> That would be a great idea! Historically INW have been on the first
> >> Thursday of each month. Lots of places already know that day of
> >> the month, so why don't we go with that. That would be August 2 -
> >> Thursday of next week. Want to pick a place? Historically we've
> >> tried to rotate it: one month in Chapel Hill/Carborro, next in Durham,
> >> next in Raleigh (or some order like that) I think the last meeting
> >> that actually happened was in Durham where myself, Uzi, and Don
> >> Rosenberg went to the Carolina Ale House. Tylers in Carborro is
> >> a good place as the Flying Saucer in Raleigh (or possibly Tyler's
> >> in Durham). Unless we get a flood of people, we probably don't
> >> need a big reservation, just a place where people can hang out.
> > Interestingly, I know of one or two people who are interested
> > in doing a Chapel Hill / Carrboro area thing on a regular/semi-regular
> > basis. I don't see any reason we can't do both though. We can still
> > meet once a month on a rotating basis, and other folks who want to meet
> > can meet when and wherever they want as well.
> > Soo.... would anybody else here in the CH/Carrboro area have
> > any interest in meeting in CH/Carroboro (semi?)regularly?
> > I'd actually advocate for naming a time /place and declare
> > a weekly meeting. No doubt some people wouldn't want to attend
> > weekly, but that's OK. If the group changes from week to week
> > depending on who's available, no biggie.
> > Wednesday nights are probably my most free night, if anybody
> > else is interested. Wed. nights at Fuse, maybe?
> > TTYL,
> > Phil
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