[Perl] have we sorted it out ?

Shlomi Fish shlomif at vipe.stud.technion.ac.il
Fri Oct 11 10:06:16 PDT 2002


On Fri, 11 Oct 2002, Gabor Szabo wrote:

>
>
> Thanks Shlomo for the nice presentation about sort.
> I especialy liked that
>
> keys my %h = @in;
>
> construct.
>
> Issues:
> 1) Is there any volunteer writing about the meeting ?
>

I suppose I can.

> 2) If we would like a place with better transportation
>       (e.g. next to  Arlozoroz) and with a projector
>       then we should start looking for it now, way before the
>       next meeting which is on 7th of November by Yevgeny Menaker.
>       --> http://www.perl.org.il/20021107.html
>       So if you can and would like to provide place now it is the time
>       to speak up !
>
> 3) Next time whoever gives book review
>     (and there should be at least one!)

I can give a book review on "Mastering Algorithms with Perl".

>     should do it better than I did and with a strict time limit
>     of max 5 minutes. We should start on time so the main
>     presenter will have enough time.
>     (Sorry Shlomo for shortening your sort time :-)
>
> 4) What do you guys suggest to make the meetings even better and
>     to attract more people ? (Besides giving free beer which is
>     not likely to happen)
>     Actually we could go to a pub after the meeting to have some social
>     life too.

I think the format of the meeting is good as it is. What can be done is
maybe have the get together be at 17:00 or 17:30 and the lectures at 18:00
or 18:30 which could make for longer two-hours lectures a la Haifux.

Regards,

	Shlomi Fish

 >
>
> -- Gabor
>
>
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