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#119063 19-May-2013 10:49
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With the recent Geekzone IRL, I had a few users ask if it they could be held more regularly.

The consensus seemed to be once every three months or so, happy to do it at the cafe for the same price next time (we can't guarantee a sponsor each and every time).

While this is only for Auckland, I'm sure some of the other users around the country can organise ones closer to them.

What do you lot think?

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  #821863 19-May-2013 10:53
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Not a bad idea

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  #821885 19-May-2013 11:49
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Yep :-)

 
 
 
 


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  #821903 19-May-2013 12:27
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Sure!




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  #821915 19-May-2013 12:54
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sounds like a good idea!
would be good to do it more often.

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  #821924 19-May-2013 13:10
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  #821948 19-May-2013 14:14
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Sounds good, I'd probably go more with twice, maybe 3x times per year frequency. It's great to see support from a few key people in various industries; so I think sometimes less is more when it comes to keeping up the quality of these evenings.

Too often, and it's just a "mates club" Friday drinks night - which is fine too if that's what people want.





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  #822015 19-May-2013 17:22
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3-4 monthly would be good.




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  #822118 19-May-2013 20:37
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Sounds like a plan. I think every 3 months or so is about the right frequency.

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  #832759 8-Jun-2013 19:08
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I'd be keen, count me in.




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  #832763 8-Jun-2013 19:18
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I'd be a starter for 10 or was it 20 ;-)

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  #832887 9-Jun-2013 08:56
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Who's keen on something again in September?

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  #832939 9-Jun-2013 10:46
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sbiddle: Who's keen on something again in September?


yep

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  #832947 9-Jun-2013 11:10
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johnr:
sbiddle: Who's keen on something again in September?


yep

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  #832951 9-Jun-2013 11:21
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19th it is :-)

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  #832952 9-Jun-2013 11:25
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I'll have to book some flights.

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