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Re: First meeting?

From: elein <elein(at)sbcglobal(dot)net>
To: "Josh Berkus" <josh(at)agliodbs(dot)com>, sfpug(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: First meeting?
Date: 2002-10-28 01:21:14
Message-ID: 200210280121.g9S1LV4R047066@pimout3-ext.prodigy.net (view raw or flat)
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Lists: sfpug
> 0) Are you interested in having in-person PostgreSQL Users Group
> meetings?  (Yes/No) (skip the rest if No)
yes

> 1) How often should our group meet?
> __1_	a. Bimonthly
> __2_	b. Monthly
>
> 2) Where should we meet, regionally?
> __1_	a. East Bay
> __3_	b. San Francisco
> __2_	c. Alternating East Bay and SF
> ___	d. Somewhere else: _________________________
>
> 3) What day and time should we meet?
> ___	a. Monday Evening
> ___	b. Tuesday Evening
> _7__	c. Wednesday Evening
> _6__	d. Thursday Evening
> ___	e. Friday Evening
> ___	f. On the Weekend
>
> 4)a) If we meet on a weekday evening, what should the meeting format
> be?
> __3_	a. Dinner, Presentations, Schmoozing
> __1_	b. After-dinner schmoozing, presentations.
> __2_	c. Completely informal schmoozing
>
> 4)b) If we meed on a weekend, what time and format do you picture?
> 	no strong opion about this
>
> 5) Do you have connections with a place or places that we can meet?  If
> so, where, how much would it cost, and what advantages and
> disadvantages does it have?
> 	__________nope, but could research EB sites.________
>
> 6) Would you rather hold our first meeting in the first (full) week of
> November, the second week, the third week, or some later date?
> __4_	a. First full week of Novemeber (4th -10th)
> __2_	b. second week (11th-16th)
> __1_	c. third week (18th-24th)
> __3_	d. some other time: ________________________
>
>
> There will be more questions as we narrow down the time, date and
> format of the meeting.
>
> --Josh Berkus
>

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