Luca Ferrari wrote:
> On Thursday 6 September 2007 Chris Mair's cat, walking on the keyboard, wrote:
>> I think the national events should be left up to the national groups.
> I agree with this, since it seems to me now we don't have enough man-power to
> organize a national event for all the countries, so let its organization
> entirely to those counties that can do it.
>> > By the way: we don't even have achived all topics from PGDay 2007 in
>> > Prato, especially we still don't have a legal organization for EU.
>> Yeah, that's a another puzzle to solve...
> I guess we should first of all come up with an eu staff, before talking about
> pgday08. I don't say here to discard the whole idea of the pgday08, but
> simply to focus on what is maybe more important now: the eu group.
I agree with this. I think it's important to get the eu group working
before trying to start a lot of events. Get the group working and then I
think a pgday (or whatever event/events) will come as a natural next step.
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