Is everyone in mourning...

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Is everyone in mourning...

Postby noise » Tue Apr 21, 2009 8:38 am

...about Paul's departure?

Why's it so damn quiet around here, the spammers are winning the post count this week.
Make it happen.

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Re: Is everyone in mourning...

Postby metis » Tue Apr 21, 2009 10:36 am

we've been ramping down for a while on the forum. i think a lot of teh "fun" stuff is sorted (name, logo) adn the work bits need to crunch through in committee so we can make soem decisions at teh next formal meeting, and keep momentum alive.

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Re: Is everyone in mourning...

Postby idris_arslanian » Tue Apr 21, 2009 11:09 am

I dunno, I think it has to do more w/ the upper 60 degree days, and the wife's growing honey-do list for the summer. I've started raking, edging the sidewalks, and prepping the garden. We're no longer stuck inside w/ nothing to do but ponder devices and contraptions.

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Re: Is everyone in mourning...

Postby Theo » Tue Apr 21, 2009 11:36 am

idris_arslanian wrote:I dunno, I think it has to do more w/ the upper 60 degree days, and the wife's growing honey-do list for the summer.
Yeah, bingo. I finally finished the deck the other day.

That said, I want to get some folks over to my house, say this Friday night or Sunday night, for a highly-focused interim business meeting. I'll PM/call folks specifically, and also post info. Gotta get the work done.

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Re: Is everyone in mourning...

Postby Nicholas Lee » Tue Apr 21, 2009 11:39 am

dunno bout you guys - but i've just been busy with work and such.

talked to Dan of the science museum last night, and he agrees that a physical space will really be a catalyst for a surge of makers and making.

so...
get on it?

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Re: Is everyone in mourning...

Postby medios » Tue Apr 21, 2009 11:17 pm

Yes in mourning, but the quietness is due to school..... AHHH! I can't wait to be done with this stuff so I can finally get to a meeting. How are we looking as far as an org PP (Post-mortem Paul, or Post Paul, or better yet PRP Pre-Return of Paul)

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Re: Is everyone in mourning...

Postby uptownmaker » Wed Apr 22, 2009 10:17 am

I only have so many CPU cycles and the class has taken up an awful lot of them lately.

Coming back around.

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Re: Is everyone in mourning...

Postby noise » Wed Apr 22, 2009 11:43 am

uptownmaker wrote:I only have so many CPU cycles and the class has taken up an awful lot of them lately.

Coming back around.


Couldn't you get an upgrade or co-processor or something?
Make it happen.

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Re: Is everyone in mourning...

Postby Theo » Wed Apr 22, 2009 12:19 pm

noise wrote:
uptownmaker wrote:I only have so many CPU cycles and the class has taken up an awful lot of them lately.


Couldn't you get an upgrade or co-processor or something?

Heck, I could take care of that in 5 minutes. I even have the good thermal paste. :geek:

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Re: Is everyone in mourning...

Postby paulsobczak » Wed Apr 22, 2009 12:31 pm

parallel processing my friend :)


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