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A Call for PHP User Group Information
March 29, 2006 @ 19:07:07

Attention all PHP User Groups out there - listen up! There have been a few announcements about user group meetings on this site, and I'm coming to you to ask for more.

If you've ever wanted to expand the audience of your user group but haven't gotten much of anywhere, let us post the information about your latest meeting. Getting the name of your group and the fact that it exists can only help. PHP user groups can be a great place for developers of all skill levels and backgrounds to come together, socialize, and maybe even learn a thing or two.

If you'd like to submit your user group information for posting on the site, send me an email to enygma@phpdeveloper.org and mention that it's in reference to this post. The best is if you have a feed that can be subscribed to, but if you don't a process is being put in place to allow user group members to provide us with the needed info without having to email it each time.

So, drop us a line and let us know about you and your group!

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