Brian Donahue on 30 Apr 2007 21:16:14 -0000

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Re: [PhillyOnRails] Philly agile?

I'm in the Philly Agile group.  As David says, their mailing list isn't super active, but of the couple meetings I've attended, and just from watching their wiki regarding the speakers and topics they have at their meetings, I've been really impressed.  I'm admittedly a bit nutty about agile in general, but I thought the meetings I went to were some of the best user group meetings I've been to.  Actually, the small size of the group might have been a bonus, in that the meetings were as much a dialog with the group as a presentation by a speaker.  I'd recommend checking it out.  They are also trying to get more downtown meetings together.  They traditionally have held meetings west of King of Prussia - tomorrow night's is in Exton(!!!), and I'm hauling out there.

On 4/27/07, David Bogus <> wrote:
I am a member of AgilePhilly. I just lurk on this list though, have
yet to be able to make a meeting.

The mailing list of AgilePhilly don't have much traffic. The meetings
have been averaging about 30, since we hosted the Simple Design and
Testing Conference,, in October.

I've been wanting to see if could get the groups more linked.  Perhaps
with a speaker like John Long.


p/s  On the mailing list I vote for obscuring the email address.

On 4/27/07, Justin W. Reagor <> wrote:
> I was looking into them a few months ago, because of how much I love
> the Rails group. No insult or anything, but they didn't seem like
> they had much of any activity.
> :: Justin W. Reagor
> ::
> On Apr 27, 2007, at 5:00 PM, Mat Schaffer wrote:
> > Hey, is anyone here also part of the philly agile users group?
> > -Mat
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