All right folks, the post is now up on our page:
Please start passing out this URL, and let's get this group started!
Let me know if you see anything I missed in the post.
Again, if either of you want to have posts on the TorontoPUG site,
send me your account id on the PUG site, and I can add your posts to
Just in case there's overlap, I'll be adding this event to Facebook,
TorCamp, and the Toronto Ruby Sites.
On Wed, Jun 11, 2008 at 11:32 PM, Steve Singer <ssinger_pg(at)sympatico(dot)ca> wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Jun 2008, [utf-8] Jonathan Fuerth wrote:
> Then the Rhino on the 23rd it is. I think 7:30pm is a good start time. It
> gives people time to come from most parts of the city and/or grab dinner. If
> we were meeting in a room and are planning on going to the pub after
> presentations an eariler time might make sense, but that isn't the case.
>> Sounds good. The last thing to decide is start time. For me, 7:00 is about
>> the earliest I can manage. 7:30 would be ideal. If you guys want to start
>> earlier, I can simply show up late! :)
>> Once that's decided, I'll start spreading the word to people I know!
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: "Ian Bailey" <ian(at)hardcircle(dot)net>
>> Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2008 23:09:29
>> Cc:"Jonathan Fuerth" <jonathan(at)fuerth(dot)ca>,"Steve Singer"
>> Subject: Re: [torontopug] Rolling the ball
>> Sorry guys, I've been meaning to send out the e-mails, I've just been
>> caught up with a few things this week.
>> I've called the Rhino already, and they are find with having us on the
>> 23rd. I told them we'd be about 10 people, but they said we can call
>> them the Friday before the weekend if we have crazy turnout, and they
>> can even ask extra servers to come in.
>> I've given a bit of thought about the venue, and I think the Rhino may
>> be a better venue for socialization and light discussion, as it is
>> quite a large place, whereas the Linux Caffe is more conducive to more
>> in-depth discussion, as it's a bit quieter. To get a bit more turn-out
>> initially, I'm favouring the Rhino. Plus, it's on the Queen streetcar
>> line, which makes it a bit more accessible for downtown people. I'm
>> not feeling any strong opposition to the Rhino, but let me know if
>> either of you have strong objections.
>> I have an account on pugs, but if either of you have an account as
>> well, I have the ability to include all of our posts on the TorontoPUG
>> page. I'm writing up a post as we speak, to publish as soon as we
>> agree on the location.
>> On Wed, Jun 11, 2008 at 10:46 PM, Steve Singer <ssinger_pg(at)sympatico(dot)ca>
>>> On Wed, 11 Jun 2008, Jonathan Fuerth wrote:
>>>> Hi everyone,
>>>> It's been a bit quiet on the list lately, so I'm just trying to get the
>>>> ball rolling again.
>>>> Since the decision to meet on the 4th Monday of each month has some
>>>> research behind it, and there haven't been any objections, I propose we
>>>> adopt that meeting date and resolve to have our first meeting this month
>>>> (June 23).
>>> +1 to having a meeting on the 23rd.
>>>> As for where, I think all of the options we've heard so far are great.
>>>> I had to narrow down my vote to 2 choices, I would choose The Rhino
>>>> it was Ian's first suggestion) and the Linux Cafe (because it's been
>>>> suggested several times). If I were forced to narrow it down further,
>>>> just call both places and see which can accommodate a group on June 23.
>>> I'm of a similar view? If anyone (Ian?) has strong feelings for one or
>>> other they should feel free to volunteer to call their preferred spot.
>>> Also, does someone have access to post events on the
>>> pubs.postgres.org/torontopug blog?
>>>> Best regards,
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