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On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 11:11 AM, Benjamin Horst <> wrote:

On Oct 12, 2010, at 12:04 PM, Drew Jensen wrote:
On Tue, 2010-10-12 at 11:50 -0400, Benjamin Horst wrote:
I am in Canada with approx. 5-6 hours behind European time (opposite of
Graham). Mailists and IM would be my preferred way of communication if
possible. Unfortunate as it may sound the advantages of having an
international team are immense, the drawback is realtime meetings. Uh ...
unless someone can fly us to a common destination for an afternoon.  Anyone?
LOL. You are all welcome to come to my house, and, it's Octoberfest here
too! (Waterloo Canada)

I think a regional group addressing the US and Canada is one possible
answer to this. Drew Jensen and a few others have been working to get this
started--so, if you're not already a part of that, here's an invitation to

Yes, I was calling it a US group but I could of, and perhaps really
should of called it a North America Group...Canada, USA and Mexico.

Central America and the Caribbean are also considered parts of North
America. Not sure if we have any folks active in those regions yet, though.

Not at the moment, at least not representative enough. Althought some are
new to the whole office suite so there might be some new folks that joined
from those areas. However I will stick to US-Canada-Mexico at least for the
first block.


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