more about meeting location was Re: [Wolves] PHP
wolves at mailman.lug.org.uk
Tue Jan 21 15:18:00 2003
>From: Dan <email@example.com>
>I can't believe it's taken me *this* long to try using PHP seriously.
TAlking of which I gotta have a play with python to see if all the fuss is
>PHP rulezzz. That's all I can say.
I felt that way too when I first used php and before that with both perl and
C. I guess if a language 'clicks' with you it's cool and those that don't
suck. It's a very subjective.
>BTW I've heard the Newhampton Inn mentioned as an alternative meeting place
>to the Moon. It has nice reasonably-priced beer, no (well, very few if
>any) yobs and it has meeting rooms. On the downside it's the opposite side
>of town from the bus station and it can get quite busy in there.
The Newhampton? --- Waaaaaaayyyyyyy to far --- the pie factory is not that
much farther out of town ;-)
If the Clarendon was dumped as an idea because of Geography then the
newhampton is definitly a none starter
I think it was Ron that suggested upstairs at the Prince Albert and that is
even closer to public transport than we are now. Although us pretty boys
might get a few unwanted offers but if Aq and jono can stand it so can i ;-)
May I suggest the Giffard Arms? Not to sure if that has a gay following at
the moment but it is a cool pub and has a room upstairs as well (or it used
too it might have gone the same way as the one at the pie factory)
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