By Tim AltmanJunyor. Wednesday, September 27, 2006 4:47:18 AM
The second meeting of the DC-area Opera User Group has been set for Tuesday, October 3 at 7pm. That's just a week from today! We hope to see everyone that made it out last time again, as well as some new faces.What:
DC-area Opera User Group meetingWhy:
Meet others who share your passion and learn how to use Opera to its fullest.Where:
At the Panera Bread cafe in Silver Spring, Maryland (directions here
| train info
Tuesday, October 3, 2006 between the hours of 7:00PM and 9:00PM.Parking info:
Panera Bread is an easy, quarter-mile walk away from public parking at 925 Wayne Avenue
where there are no meters to feed and evening parking is free. Kudos to Dan Grunberg for this tip.
By Tim AltmanJunyor. Wednesday, July 26, 2006 6:10:10 PM
The first ever meeting of the first ever Opera User Group is now scheduled for August 7th from 6:30 - 8:30pm. If you live in the Washington, DC metropolitan area (that's in the United States and includes DC, Baltimore, Annapolis, Northern Virginia, and all points in-between), come on out and meet some Opera users, including the dignified Daniel Goldman
(the man behind Opera Watch) and the mythical Tim Altman
(an Opera Software employee). We're meeting at the Panera Bread restaurant in Silver Spring, MD. See Tim
and/or Daniel's blog posts
for additional details.
Opera User Groups are groups of Opera users created by Opera users in geographically similar locations. Each user group is independently run by users. We, Opera users, have a lot to offer each other and can work together as groups on topics that interest us, such as promoting Opera, getting local sites to support Opera, and teaching each other our favorite features. If you're interested in starting an Opera User Group in your area, materials will be posted over the next couple of months to our Opera Community page