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We are holding the 2nd meeting of this users group. April 1st was our first meeting. The New England LiveCode User Group (NELUG) is open to any interested LiveCoder. You can learn more about us at http://www.scottbrand.on-rev.com/new_en ... group.html. We meet on Zoom and you can signup to attend by getting a free account on https://www.meetup.com. A link to the Zoom meeting will be sent to you when you signup to attend a meeting. We look forward to you attending our meetings.
If NELUG is really North East Livecode Users Group and NOT New England LiveCode User Group, maybe I'll join up and zoom in. I'm from New Jersey so at least I'm the same timezone. My wife sometimes talks about moving northward (in case we have to escape from the US someday lol ) if / when we can retire, but she was looking at places in Maine.
Well Paul, the page linked says this about that...
So, even though your in Joirsey, I think they'll make room for you and not hold it against youWelcome to the New England Livecode Users Group
This users group used to be called another name...North East Livecode Users Group. However, I accidently renamed it. I guess I thought New England sounded better. If we need to switch it back we can. But feel it identifies us better when viewed by prospected members on Livecode.com's website. Feel it nails who we are better. As far as this group goes anyone can join. The group is open to New England members, national members and international members.
Happy to have you from New Jersey! We currently have many people from PA and even one from CA. I inherited the group from North East LIvecode Users Group and new name is New England Livecode Users Group. That is what we are listed on the Livecode.com Users Group. But everyone is invited to attend. The more the merrier!
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Technical problems with zoom maybe?