[Klug-general] [ANNOUCE] London Perl Workshop 2009

Martin A. Brooks martin at antibodymx.net
Tue Sep 22 22:19:55 UTC 2009


I felt it might be of interest to repost Mark Keating's announcement for 
LPW 2009 here.   Kent is not so far away from the venue that some here 
might not consider attending and I can tell you from direct  multiple 
experience that this is a worthwhile event to attend.   If nothing else 
I personally invite you to help with the stern responsibility of 
drinking the £150 that antibodyMX will be putting on to the bar tab for 
the evening social.


Mark's announcement follows:


Dear All,

It is with great pleasure, and with some tardiness and lack of
expedience, that I announce the London Perl Workshop to be held on
Saturday 5th December at the University of Westminster's New Cavendish

The theme for this year is Beginning Perl, which can be taken as Perl
for beginners if one so wishes, or aimed at people new to Perl who are
fluent in another language, or in fact any variant theme that one can
conjecture including beginning a CPAN module, projects that are
fun/welcoming/reliant on beginners (and also we expect some of you to
ignore this all together and submit as you feel).

The call for papers is now open and the website should be live very soon
(if someone grabs Monsieur Cholet and shouts into his ear it will be
sooner). The closing date for submission will be Friday 6^th November
(of this year obviously) and notification will arrive on Monday 16^th

As always the London Perl Workshop is a totally free event solely
supported by the efforts and goodwill of the community. If you would
like to help in any manner or organise an event to coincide with this
then please contact Mark Keating. There has already been an offer to
find a venue for the public house for the customary workshop
socialisation which will be handled by the erudite Mister Laver. But
many other things can be done to help.

The event will once again welcome Josette of O'Reilly who will bring a
good range of books with her at the usual discounts, so bring lots of
money and a small mule to carry home your purchases.

Once again I would ask that if anyone has a video camera and intends to
video an event we get together on the wiki and work out a possible
coverage. If we then use the auspicious YAPC.TV website we may get the
entire conference uploaded for the whole community to enjoy. Please feel
free to use the wiki to start any organisation of this manner and ping
mdk on irc or mailm.keating at shadowcat.co.uk  to let me know and I will
attempt to find other volunteers to make this easier.

So enter the date in your diary, sharpen your presenting wit or prepare
to attend the best event in the calendar^(TM).[3]

[1] Though please note that part of the delay in this formal
announcement was the negotiation for the venue with a new Dean. Sean as
always is in our corner has confirmed the venue. Otherwise we would have
held it in Dave Cross' house where he has promised to hold a barbecue
and roast a organiser or two.[2]

[2] This may, or may not, be true.

[3] Okay this one probably isn't true, but I would invite all detractors
to first argue this with the proud and upstanding folk of London.pm,
bring beer money you'll need it.


Mark Keating


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