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  Reply # 34598 3-May-2006 00:41
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I think the meeting went well, although with a small number of attendees. The discussion was good, and I found myself learning a few more bits... Really nice stuff!

We also found out that there's now a conference call facility (with a US-based number), so we could have voice, video, text all-in-one conference. I tested this with Sbiddle. It's not free, but with SkypeOut or other VoIP software it can be affordable.

Lots of fun, we will schedule another one sometime soon.






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  Reply # 34605 3-May-2006 07:57
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regretfully i was unable to make it last night.

Will be there with bells on for the next one.




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  Reply # 34616 3-May-2006 11:08
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Just spotted the post, might see if i can make it to the next one.

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  Reply # 35403 10-May-2006 17:00
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Whens our next offical GZC?



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  Reply # 35404 10-May-2006 17:24
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Id like for Tuesday night to become a regular event.
Last night we got talking about a bit of VoIP stuff, plus other general chit chat.

Having real time conversations for some topics is much better than posting and reply (especially if you are trying to learn something in minutes, not hours or days).

If anyone has a specific topic they would like to talk about, fire away. Perhaps if it involves a product or service or peice of software, we may be able to invite the appropriate people for a straight-from-the-horses mouth chat session?




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Reply # 35405 10-May-2006 17:31
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Every Tuesday would be the ideal time for me as well. And I agree with Tony, if we have enough critical mass I am happy to have insiders to address the questions posted on-line and real-time.

Perhaps even with a webcam so we cam see them?

Thanks to everyone who showed up in the first two events, and I hope more people come to the next one.





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  Reply # 35408 10-May-2006 18:54
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There was a chat last night?

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  Reply # 35410 10-May-2006 19:12
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Yes it was a shock to us all ;)
And tuesday - marked in my calender



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  Reply # 35411 10-May-2006 19:23
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there was a thread before last week about it being a new and soon to be regular thing....

at least everyone knows for next time now!




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  Reply # 35424 10-May-2006 21:09
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Yes but after last weeks chat, freitasm said it would be fortnightly so i didnt bother checking. Ah well i'll know for next time

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Reply # 35432 10-May-2006 22:17
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Yes, this was the idea I had, but seeing the subject here is "weekly" and seeing that we could actually generate topics for every week, then why not? I am placing this as a recurring item in my Exchange calendar now: Every Tuesday, 8pm.





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  Reply # 35477 11-May-2006 09:38
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Hrm. should probably put it in the calander on my phone too.

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  Reply # 35845 16-May-2006 10:49
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K, putting it into my calander now. :)




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  Reply # 35848 16-May-2006 10:56
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woohoo! another GZ Chat! YAY!

Looking forward to it!

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