Just posted this to IE-OSUG mailing list:

We had a bit of a scheduling mishap with last night’s meeting, which
resulted in us deciding to cancel the meeting – we did hang around in
the lobby of DIT till about 19:30 in case anyone else showed up, but my
apologies if you missed us.

The good news, is that you still have a chance to catch Rafael’s talk
on NUMA machines and what was done in OpenSolaris to optimise
performance on them. We’re going to reschedule the meeting to a later
date, but I’d like to try to find a time that suits as many people as
possible.

On a more general note, a question to our members: how often would you
like us to hold meetings: are we just killing ourselves trying to hold
monthly meetings, or would less frequent meetings be better ?

Would you prefer more podcast content and fewer face-to-face meetings ?
Are the topics that we’ve been doing of interest to our membership ?
Are we publicising the meetings enough [ clearly not, given 5 people
showed up last night, including the 2 speakers ]

Hopefully if we can get answers to the above, we might be able to
inject more life into the user group! I’d really appreciate feedback
that people might have.

cheers,

tim

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