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Re: Next meeting planning

From: "Ian Bailey" <ian(at)hardcircle(dot)net>
To: torontopug(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Next meeting planning
Date: 2008-06-24 18:19:00
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I've put a similar request on our web page:

On Tue, Jun 24, 2008 at 2:01 PM, Ian Bailey <ian(at)hardcircle(dot)net> wrote:
> Hey TorontoPUG-ers,
> I would like to thank those of you who came out to the meeting
> yesterday. Those of us in attendance agreed on alternating a social
> gathering with a more formal presentation-based format, which I'd like
> to plan out on the mailing list.
> Next month, on July 28th, we will have a meeting at my workplace at
> the Nulogy offices (Queen and Bathurst area - more details to follow),
> with 2-4 presentations of 15-20 minutes each. Ideally, I think at
> least one 'newbie' topic and one 'advanced' topic would provide
> something for everyone.
> If you have an idea for a topic, please let me (or the mailing list)
> know, and let me know what you're considering presenting. I know Steve
> Singer had a couple of ideas, and I would be willing to a presentation
> on some of the tweakable parameters in PostgreSQL. I think there's
> quite a bit of interest in replication and GIS, if anyone wants to
> take either of those on.
> The other thing I'd like to do it get more people to show up, both to
> raise awareness of PostgreSQL, and to build a larger community. I've
> identified a MySQL users group ( that we
> might be able to talk with, let's try to look out for other groups as
> well. Try to mention our group to any events or groups you visit over
> the next month or so, and point them to our page and/or mailing list.
> I look forward to seeing all of you next month!
> ~Ian Bailey

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