What gets you out to a PLUG meeting?
von at fugal.net
Sat Dec 13 11:46:35 MST 2008
<quote name="Doran L. Barton" date="Thu, 11 Dec 2008 at 09:53 -0700">
> There was some discussion after last night's awesome SELinux presentation by
> Stuart Jansen (don't worry- we'll be making the audio and video available)
> about what gets people out to a PLUG meeting, or, more generally speaking,
> what gets people more involved in the user group.
I've said it before, I want a calendar feed compatible with my google
calendar. Such a feed would include readily visible (e.i. in the title)
the presentation topic. Then a description with the presenter and the
abstract. I find that most meetings are interesting to me if only I knew
what they were, and more often than not I'm simply too lazy to look up
the website and find the next meeting and it's details. (Likewise I'm
not always up to date on the mailing list either).
Big name presenters don't really entice me more than the actual topic.
(Unless you count sjansen as a "big name presenter")
Government is a disease that masquerades as its own cure
-- Robert Lefevre
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