Ok, ok, so it's not likely to make it as a module in the source tree,
but it occurs to my small mind that there are a lot of Dojo
contributors in the SF Bay Area. Be that as it may, I humbly suggest
a meatspace get-togeather in or around the central peninsula area on
a weeknight in the not-to-distant future.

I'm open to locations and times. Given that lots of us live/work
between SF and San Jose, perhaps somewhere like Palo Alto,
Burlingame, or Redwood City might work.

Suggestions on resturant and date?

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  • Joyce Park at Jul 9, 2004 at 12:26 am
    I'm on board. Restaurant depends to some extent on how many people and their
    eating habits, but Indian and Chinese and Mexican are always easy. JP


    --- Alex Russell wrote:
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    Ok, ok, so it's not likely to make it as a module in the source tree,
    but it occurs to my small mind that there are a lot of Dojo
    contributors in the SF Bay Area. Be that as it may, I humbly suggest
    a meatspace get-togeather in or around the central peninsula area on
    a weeknight in the not-to-distant future.

    I'm open to locations and times. Given that lots of us live/work
    between SF and San Jose, perhaps somewhere like Palo Alto,
    Burlingame, or Redwood City might work.

    Suggestions on resturant and date?
  • David Schontzler at Jul 9, 2004 at 1:04 am
    Me too. I always vote Mexican but I'm flexible.

    On Thu, 8 Jul 2004 22:26:27 -0700 (PDT), Joyce Park
    wrote:
    I'm on board. Restaurant depends to some extent on how many people and their
    eating habits, but Indian and Chinese and Mexican are always easy. JP




    --- Alex Russell wrote:
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    Ok, ok, so it's not likely to make it as a module in the source tree,
    but it occurs to my small mind that there are a lot of Dojo
    contributors in the SF Bay Area. Be that as it may, I humbly suggest
    a meatspace get-togeather in or around the central peninsula area on
    a weeknight in the not-to-distant future.

    I'm open to locations and times. Given that lots of us live/work
    between SF and San Jose, perhaps somewhere like Palo Alto,
    Burlingame, or Redwood City might work.

    Suggestions on resturant and date?
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  • Alex Russell at Jul 12, 2004 at 8:11 pm
    Does sometime next week work for everyone?
    On Thursday 08 July 2004 10:26 pm, Joyce Park wrote:
    I'm on board. Restaurant depends to some extent on how many people
    and their eating habits, but Indian and Chinese and Mexican are
    always easy. JP
    - --
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  • Dylan Schiemann at Jul 12, 2004 at 8:29 pm
    Thursday's best for me, but I have no life up here, so Monday, Tuesday,
    and Wednesday are open as well...

    Alex Russell wrote:
    Does sometime next week work for everyone?

    On Thursday 08 July 2004 10:26 pm, Joyce Park wrote:
    I'm on board. Restaurant depends to some extent on how many people
    and their eating habits, but Indian and Chinese and Mexican are
    always easy. JP
  • David Schontzler at Jul 12, 2004 at 10:01 pm
    Thursdays are bad for me. Sorry.
    On Mon, 12 Jul 2004 18:29:31 -0700, Dylan Schiemann wrote:
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    Thursday's best for me, but I have no life up here, so Monday, Tuesday,
    and Wednesday are open as well...

    Alex Russell wrote:
    Does sometime next week work for everyone?

    On Thursday 08 July 2004 10:26 pm, Joyce Park wrote:
    I'm on board. Restaurant depends to some extent on how many people
    and their eating habits, but Indian and Chinese and Mexican are
    always easy. JP
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  • Joyce Park at Jul 13, 2004 at 12:57 am
    Thursdays aren't great for me either. M and W are best. JP

    --- David Schontzler wrote:
    Thursdays are bad for me. Sorry.
  • Dylan Schiemann at Jul 13, 2004 at 9:28 pm
    All right, how's next Wednesday then? That would be July 21... I didn't
    realize that David partially acquired a Bay Area life this weekend :)

    Joyce Park wrote:
    Thursdays aren't great for me either. M and W are best. JP

    --- David Schontzler wrote:
    Thursdays are bad for me. Sorry.
  • David Schontzler at Jul 13, 2004 at 11:03 pm
    My apologies for wrecking your Thursdays.
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    All right, how's next Wednesday then? That would be July 21... I didn't
    realize that David partially acquired a Bay Area life this weekend :)

    Joyce Park wrote:
    Thursdays aren't great for me either. M and W are best. JP
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  • Joyce Park at Jul 14, 2004 at 12:01 am
    Next Wednesday is good for me. JP

    --- David Schontzler wrote:
    My apologies for wrecking your Thursdays.
  • Alex Russell at Jul 14, 2004 at 12:05 am

    On Tuesday 13 July 2004 10:01 pm, Joyce Park wrote:
    Next Wednesday is good for me. JP
    Works for me as well!

    Regards

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  • Joyce Park at Jul 15, 2004 at 1:11 pm
    How about La Fiesta on Wednesday at 7?

    Also, lads, do you know anyone who would like to work at Friendster? We can
    offer a nice clean PHP/XML/XSLT/CSS architecture, respect for front-end
    development, and a giant Flemish rabbit in the back garden. You'd also get to
    work with me. :-) Let me know of any candidates, thanks, JP
  • David Schontzler at Jul 15, 2004 at 1:13 pm
    I'm not available (you know, school and all that jazz), but what sort
    of person are you looking for? A DHTML ninja?

    On Thu, 15 Jul 2004 11:12:04 -0700 (PDT), Joyce Park
    wrote:
    How about La Fiesta on Wednesday at 7?

    Also, lads, do you know anyone who would like to work at Friendster? We can
    offer a nice clean PHP/XML/XSLT/CSS architecture, respect for front-end
    development, and a giant Flemish rabbit in the back garden. You'd also get to
    work with me. :-) Let me know of any candidates, thanks, JP

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  • Joyce Park at Jul 15, 2004 at 1:25 pm

    --- David Schontzler wrote:
    I'm not available (you know, school and all that jazz), but what sort
    of person are you looking for? A DHTML ninja?
    Yah, that would be nice. :-) JP
  • Mail at Jul 9, 2004 at 11:07 am
    I'm in... no suggestions on specific venues as I've only been up here a few weeks. Any type of food si fine with me... Italian or Thai could also be good, it really depends on the place. I guess I'd say pick something local/unique, and something where we can talk.

    ---- Original Message ----
    From: David Schontzler <schontz@gmail.com>

    Me too. I always vote Mexican but I'm flexible.

    On Thu, 8 Jul 2004 22:26:27 -0700 (PDT), Joyce Park
    wrote:
    I'm on board. Restaurant depends to some extent on how many people and their
    eating habits, but Indian and Chinese and Mexican are always easy. JP

    --- Alex Russell wrote:
    Ok, ok, so it's not likely to make it as a module in the source tree,
    but it occurs to my small mind that there are a lot of Dojo
    contributors in the SF Bay Area. Be that as it may, I humbly suggest
    a meatspace get-togeather in or around the central peninsula area on
    a weeknight in the not-to-distant future.

    I'm open to locations and times. Given that lots of us live/work
    between SF and San Jose, perhaps somewhere like Palo Alto,
    Burlingame, or Redwood City might work.

    Suggestions on resturant and date?
  • Joyce Park at Jul 9, 2004 at 10:34 pm
    I know the Peninsuala and South Bay restaurants pretty well. Here are my
    suggestions for a group of 4 - 6 casual diners:

    Mexican: La Fiesta in Mt View. Amazing enchiladas, great margaritas, can seat
    groups, can be loud. North Peninsula alternative: Don Pedro in San Bruno.
    Yummy Niman Ranch beef and pork, no atmosphere at all, can be hard to park.

    Middle Eastern: Kabul in San Carlos. Great mid-Peninsula location,
    scrumptious kebabs, and interesting Afghan veggies. South Bay alternative:
    Dishdash in Sunnyvale. Food is even better, but it can be loud and hard to get
    a table for more than 4.

    Indian: Amber India in Mt View. Best all-around Indian place, quiet, can seat
    a group. North Peninsula alternative: Bombay Garden in San Mateo is OK, a
    little bit spicier.

    Unique: Prince of Wales in San Mateo -- decent pub grub including the infamous
    habenero burger. Mango Cafe in Palo Alto -- good location, spicy Trinidadian
    curried goat and jerk joints. Inya Lake in Millbrae -- Burmese. The Kitchen
    in Redwood City -- Hawaiian food, a total dive. Cafe Silan, Menlo Park --
    Kurdish. Udupi Palace, Sunnyvale -- incredibly heavy vegetarian South Indian,
    loud but friendly.

    Alternatively, we could eat in the City but then you guys would have to decide
    where. JP
  • David Schontzler at Jul 10, 2004 at 1:04 am
    Sounds like some good possibilities. I'm a bit rusty on my restaurants
    around here so I won't add any to the mix.

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