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Atlanta PHP User Group:
A Group without a Home
April 11, 2006 @ 07:15:57

It's never fun to have unexpected (bad) things happen, and the Atlanta PHP Users Group had just that last night when they met for their April meeting. The location they've been meeting at was closed up and the company they had previously collaborated with for meeting space had vacated. They are a group without a home.

Ben Ramsey has posted this new message on the APUG's message board to try to encourage members to share space they might know of or ask around about whatever space they could find. They pushed back the topic of the April meeting until next month, when they'll hopefully have a new spot to congregate.

If you're out there in the Atlanta area and have a meeting area you could spare for one night a month for this group, you can reply to this post to let them know.

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