Hi --

On Fri, 27 Oct 2006, Paul Lynch wrote:

> On 26 Oct 2006, at 17:53, Tom Armitage wrote:
>
>> On 26/10/06, Paul Lynch <paul / plsys.co.uk> wrote:
>>> The London Ruby group seems to be very much a stealth group.  If
>>> newcomers to the community aren't aware of it (and it took me more
>>> than 6 months before I heard about it), then there's room for a more
>>> public forum.  RailsConf, on the other hand, was reasonably well
>>> publicised.
>> 
>> Well, the London Ruby Group is only of relevance to people in/near
>> London, TBH. It's very much _not_ a stealth group, though; it mentions
>> its existence here and it has very vocal members of the community. It
>> also has a few _long-standing_ members of the Ruby community within
>> it. They are very much not stealth, either.
>
> Let's just say that LRUG doesn't advertise its existence on this list.

I don't think most local/regional RUGs do.  There's a wiki page for
them on Ruby Garden, though I don't think it's very up to date.


David

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