On 1/12/06, Gregory Brown <gregory.t.brown / gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Our meetings at new_haven.rb are once a month and you're welcome to
> attend, though I imagine that's a bit of a haul.
>
> Still, if you happen to be in the area on the second wednesday of the
> month at any given time, feel free to stop by and say hello!

Gregory, even though that was aimed at Ryan, I'll keep it in mind when
planning trips back east to visit my folks.  :)

>
> Best of luck finding a group near you.  Do try universities, local
> LUGs, and other places you might find Rubyists or Rubyists to be
> lurking :)
>

Ryan, As James Britt recommended, starting a group might be a good
way to go.  Check out local web design, linux, agile, or XP groups for
people who might be interested.   It doesn't take to many people to get
something rolling, we started the Seattle.rb with just three of us.

One other thought -- while it might be too far to go hit the New_Haven.rb,
boston.rb, or the new Portland group on a regular basis, it might be cool
to get the different groups together once in a while for a bigger activity,
maybe a Saturday of hacking and presentations topped off with an rbbq.

happy hacking,
-pate

>
> -Greg
>
>


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thanks,
-pate
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