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But the Largest US Cities are generally not on the coast (which does
not make your statement wrong).

1. New York City
2. Los Angeles
3. Chicago
4 Houston
5 Philadelphia
6, Phoenix
7. San Antonio
Sure if there are events happening that we can attend please let us
know. The reality is that once a contributor wants to get together - we
try to get a sense of where the current contributors want to meet. The
reality is, we have an uphill battle gaining contributors in the United
States (testers, marketing, developers, etc...). Robinson and I dedicate
a tremendous amount of time trying to build a community in the US --
funny enough, this "debate" is perhaps the most "alive" I've seen North
America user base :) Which, I'm glad to know you all are out there.
Please join our teams :) We would be beyond happy to have you aboard and
then we can discuss options to meet in person.

I'm partial to QA team ;)


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