[nSLUG] Suggestions for Venue

David Payne david at payneful.ca
Thu May 28 15:50:09 ADT 2009


When I was in Toronto they had monthly meetings.  The real meeting was
normally in a room with a projector and such but before the meeting anyone
who wanted to ate a meal and afterwards anyone who wanted to went to a bar.
The difference is Toronto LUG had a lot more people.  Not everyone went to
anything but there was something for everyone.  nSLUG is different than TLUG
and what works for TLUG most likely will not work for nSLUG.


On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 3:02 PM, Joshua B. <juggins at gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm always in favour of discussing free-as-in-freedom-free software
> over non-free-as-in-free-beer-beer.  I was a member of the Tokyo LUG
> for 4 years and we always alternated between "social meetings" at
> local izakaya (pub) and  "technical meetings" which involved nifty
> little seminars and snack food (usually followed by an optional
> debrief at another local pub). There's no point to this story, I
> merely wish to share my anecdotal evidence that Linux and liquor can
> be highly compatible.
> ~jb
> >> On Mon, 2009-05-25 at 18:11 -0300, Sissiboo wrote:
> >> > of range of my electric roller skates...
> Do you really have ELECTRIC ROLLER SKATES? (Please don't be joking)
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