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The Boston Plone April Meetup

  What: The Boston Plone April Meetup
  When: Thu, April 26, 2007 at 7pm
 Where: Christian Science Center, 1 Norway St. Boston, MA 02115
   Map: [google maps]

Description: Nate is just returning from the Sorrento Sprint
<> in Sorrento, Italy
where he worked to improve the multimedia
capabilities of Plone. Nate will discuss the new features of the
Plone4Artists <> suite of products and other
products that were developed/enhanced at the sprint. Read Reinout Van
Ree's blog posts <>
about the sprint to learn more. 

Directions: The entrance is in the center of the long building next to
the reflecting pool. Tell the security guard you are here for the Plone
Users Group meeting. Call me on my cell if you have trouble. If coming
by T, closest stop is green line Symphony T stop. Hynes Convention
Center is also very close, as is Mass Ave (Orange line). Parking at the
Christian Science Center underground parking garage available, but will
cost $5. Please let the parking attendant know that you are here for the
Plone Meetup hosted by Danny Robert.

Please note that while the official location of the church is 1 Norway
Street, the meetup location is in the Christian Science Church Park and
is closer to Huntington Ave. See this Google map for clarification.
Please call me on my cell if you get lost!

Sid Koul
Programmer Analyst
New England Wild Flower Society
180 Hemenway Road
Framingham, MA 01701
508-877-7630 x3207 (office)
781-254-3422 (cell)

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