Anyone interested...more than likely Midlands

Discussion of any ITIL or related issues that don't fit well into any of the above.
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This didn't materialise. In fact come to think of it now, who would want to spend Christmas drinks with a group of ITIL freaks! It's bad enough at work. No offence intended...I'm one of you!!! :x

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Sun Mar 14, 2010 7:51 pm

I am planning to be in the UK for a week mid November, and an ITIL forum could be good. Plans are flexible so in theory I could go anywhere, especially if live music is involved (and naturally, any discussions around ITIL will be music to my ears :lol: ).

Like Diarmid I do not drink alcohol, so this could be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be in the company of a teetotal Scot and Aussie simultaneously 8)
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I would join if it was in London.
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