[geeklog-devel] Meetups

Euan McKay info at heatherengineering.com
Tue Nov 10 19:56:32 EST 2009

Good idea. There's Dopplr.



On Wed, Nov 11, 2009 at 06:03, Dirk Haun <dirk at haun-online.de> wrote:
> When Tony and myself met again at the Mentor Summit, we agreed that we
> should try and do this more often, if at all possible (where by "we" I
> mean any two or more of us Geeklog devs). Email, IRC, VoIP or whatever
> simply can't beat a face-to-face meeting.
> There is, of course, this tiny problem of distance.
> So the idea is that we tell each other which events we're going to,
> where we're travelling (business or otherwise). If we know of these
> things well in advance, there might be a chance for a meetup somewhere.
> And in case money should be an issue - well, we do have some money from
> our sponsors, so if a few dollars can make a difference, we should
> consider using them to make it happen. Because ultimately, I believe,
> the chance to talk something out in person can help the project more
> than a few more lines of code.
> Not sure what the best way to organize such dates are, but I've set up a
> Google Calendar and embedded it here:
> <http://www.geeklog.net/staticpages/index.php/events>
> The dates are a bit Germany-centric for now, obviously. As you can see,
> there are some regular local events that I'm going to. We should list
> similar events elsewhere, just in case one of us is in the area.
> There's an International PHP Conference in Karlsruhe next week that I
> could have gone to if I really wanted (too late now).
> I plan to be at the ACCU Conference in Oxford again (in April). FrOSCon
> 2010 doesn't have a fixed date yet, but should be some time in August.
> Another possibility for me could be ApacheCon Europe 2010, depending on
> where and when it takes place.
> Anyone else want access to that Calendar? Or is there some trendy Web
> 2.0 site just for this purpose that I haven't heard of yet?
> bye, Dirk
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