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Boston Plone Meetup, Thu Sep 21, 2006, 7:00 PM (RSVP stats: 5 Yes, 0 Maybe, 0 No)

  What: The Boston Plone September Meetup
  When: Thu, Sep 21, 2006, 7:00 PM
 Where: Optaros, 60 Canal Street, 4th Floor, Boston, MA 02114
   Map: [google maps]

Please RSVP at the site; even if you don't intend on coming.
It helps us for planning purposes. Currently the RSVP responses are:
5 Yes, 0 Maybe, 0 No.


At the August Meetup we had a surprise visit from Plone guru Kapil
Thangavelu. Kapil ran through a couple of demos and we installed the
Plone mailing list product listen.

At the September Meetup, We will continue the mini-sprint we started
last month and implement some of the features and functionality that
we would like to have on our not-officially-launched web site. For a full list of items
to be worked on, see the website.

This is a great chance to get your hands dirty with Plone, ask 
questions of more experienced Plone developers, and contribute to 
making a great resource for the Boston Plone users community. All skill
levels are welcome!

If you arrive late, and need to get into the building, please call me
at 781-254-3422 (Sid Koul, Assistant Organizer).

About Us:

Do you work with Plone? Do you want to know more about Plone, Zope, and
Python? Come and meet other Plone users and developers at the Boston
Plone users group. We gather monthly to talk about how we are using
Plone, share knowledge and give demonstrations of cool Plone products.

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