Dr Adam J Trickett adam at
Mon Jun 4 11:21:15 BST 2007

On Mon, 04 Jun 2007 at 10:48:07AM +0100, Raf wrote:
> I was at this teach-in over the weekend and felt extremely inspired by the 
> feel of being surrounded by like minded-peers and others facing the same 
> problems and issues.  I felt inspired by the possibility of learning from 
> the experience of others.  I felt inspired by those giving back.  I'd 
> quite like to be able to give back.  So, I asked someone if there was an 
>, and was told that it had fallen apart.

I tried to stimulate some Perl interest from the Hants/Surry/Bershire LUGs.
I got nothing concrete but there are a few interested people in the area.

I'd be happy to help do something. I have a very introductory level
talk I gave to my LUG that I'd be happy to repeat, in fact I've been
asked to give it to a neighbouring LUG only earlier today!

Adam Trickett
Overton, HANTS, UK

The test of the goodness of a thing is its fitness for use.  If it
fails on this first test, no amount of ornamentation or finish will
make it any better, it will only make it more expensive and foolish.
    -- Frank Pick, lecture to the Design and Industries Assoc, 1916

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