The sixth LPW sees Westminster University hosting another great workshop.
Leo Lapworth wins the election to be the new leader, taking over from Léon Brocard.
The fifth LPW sees Westminster University hosting another great workshop.
Leo Lapworth rewrote the backend to the website.
Greg McCarroll steps down and hands over the reins to Léon Brocard.
The fourth LPW sees Westminster University hosting another great workshop.
Citing geographical inconvenience Simon Wistow steps down and long time heretic Greg McCarroll takes over.
The fourth LPW sees Westminster University hosting over 160 Mongers. Dave Cross runs a free Perl Beginners' course which quickly fills to cpacity.
Former glorious leader Dave Cross runs a free training day at the BBC. It is wildly successful and hugely popular.
The third annual London Perl Workshop goes like a charm.
After 2 years and 2 months Mark Fowler stepped down and Simon Wistow was elected in an uncontested race.
The second London Perl Workshop was held at City University. Special guest was Mark Jason Dominus.
The inaugural London Perl Workshop was held at Imperial College Union. Special guest was Casey West.
Paul Mison stepped down as leader after a year and Mark Fowler was elected in his place.
After a a battle the likes of which will never be seen again, Paul Mison (aka Blech) has been elected our new leader. He takes over from Dave Cross who has put vast amounts of energy into running the group for the last three years and to whom the group owes it's very existence. Many many kudos to him.
Yet again members of London.pm were involved somewhat in the organisation of a YAPC::Europe, this time in Amsterdam between the 2nd and 4th of August. Lots of us attended and spoke as well. It was fun.
Of course, at the time there was only one heretic.
Many members of London.pm donated substantial sums of money to the fund to sponsor Damian Conway to work on Perl for the whole of the year 2001. And he came and spoke to us, which was nice.
Members of London.pm were heavily involved in the organisation of the first YAPC::Europe which was held at the ICA in London on 22-24 September 2000. Many of us gave presentations.
You hired a camel? Well, sponsor is probably the correct term...
Held at the Cittie of York on Thursday the 6th of August, 1998.