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Magazine / eBook Coding Project Meetup At ReaderCon

Magazine / eBook Coding Project Meetup At ReaderCon

Since a good number of the people who are interested in helping with and hammering out details on the eBook Magazine project I posed about will be at Readercon in a few weeks, I think it would be a good idea to have a meetup there. I know there are several of you interested who won’t be there, so hopefully I can get together with you online to make sure we know about the skill sets, availability, and ideas of everyone who wants to be involved.

For the peeps who’ll be at Readercon, how does meeting during the dinner break (yes, over actual dinner) on Saturday sound?

For the online component of this project, people seem to use Google Sites to good effect for organizing such things. Would anyone be interested in setting up one of those with both public and private areas?

2 Comments

  1. Jed Jed on 11.06.2010 at 11:39 [link] (Reply)

    I won’t be at Readercon, but would love to hear about how the meetup goes.

  2. Michael Michael on 08.08.2011 at 09:45 [link] (Reply)

    Well, very sad I didn’t hear about this til now…did it happen? I too would love to hear how it went.

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