[PLUG] More frequent PLUG meetings
arindam.mukerjee at gmail.com
Tue Dec 26 03:04:04 PST 2006
On 12/26/06, Devendra Laulkar <devendralaulkar at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Firstly, it is not a question of old-timers /
> > I just feel, that along with more frequent meetings,
> > a more packed
> > schedule of talks / activities, which we rigorously
> > follow and do not
> > deviate from, will be a strong indicator that we are
> > growing in terms
> > of knowledge sharing and there is more fun in what
> > we are doing.
> I agree. Provided we have consistent meetings with
> specific talks/activities.
> > May be some form of roadmap, highlighting some of
> > the focus areas,
> > will be of great help. I would definitely want to be
> > of help in any
> > and all of it and I know there are people already
> > out there, regular
> > in the meetings and committed to the cause of this
> > LUG who would be of
> > help too.
> Herein lies the problem. We need people who are
> willing to drive the activity. Existing LUG members
> are here to help, but someone needs to take up the
> responsibility of the entire activity.
I feel you need at least a few heads ... one is not enough. But I will
happily be one of them. And come 6th Jan, the first of the coming
year's meetings, we could have a pretty good beginning.
> > And I just hope that these suggestions are taken in
> > the correct light
> > - just because there are too many virtual volunteers
> > who never show
> > up, making a good suggestion should not be outlawed
> > - nor acting on
> > it.
> In any of the above mails neither was suggested. It is
> not that as if your suggesstion is *outlawed* or
> anything like that. If you think that we need to
> organize a second meet per month - No problem. Lets
> try it out for a couple of months. It is your LUG as
> Devendra Laulkar.
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