[FRPythoneers] Aug -> Sep?
casey at pandora.com
Tue Aug 12 15:53:46 MDT 2008
I second this, it would be cool to just get together and shoot the
breeze near Denver. Unfortunately, I don't have a good venue
suggestion, that seems like the crucial missing bit.
On Aug 12, 2008, at 10:00 AM, Chris Perkins wrote:
> I have no problem with canceling the meeting for next week, but I
> also wouldn't mind meeting in Denver if we could find an appropriate
> venue. I would be happy to do a presentation on Sphinx, which is
> the newest documentation system for Python. I have done a recent
> screencast on the subject here: http://showmedo.com/videos/video?name=2910020&fromSeriesID=291
> I would also not mind doing a talk on the subject in september, and
> I may also have something prepared for TG2 by then.
> On Tue, Aug 12, 2008 at 8:59 AM, Matt Boersma <matt at sprout.org> wrote:
> I propose we postpone next Wednesday's Python meetup until September
> 17, our next opportunity. We haven't located a good spot in Denver to
> meet yet, and don't have a presentation ready to go. (I've dropped
> the ball--anyone see where it went?) August is typically the worst
> attendance regardless, as the weather is still nice and students are
> just getting settled.
> If that's agreeable to the frpythoneers list, then I'll make the
> changes at http://python.meetup.com/180/ and
> http://wiki.python.org/moin/FrontRangePythoneers . But please reply
> either to me or on the list and let me know.
> Further, I'd like feedback on some proposed topics for the next
> meeting and beyond. Let me know if any of these pique your interest
> in particular:
> - What's new in Python 2.6
> - What's new in Python 3.0
> - What's new in TurboGears 2.0
> - What's new in Django 1.0
> - Using numpy and matplotlib to visualize data
> - Quick intro to Python (for developers)
> - Creating a wxPython GUI
> These are ideas you've mentioned in the past, plus the timeliness of
> several major python and app releases coming in the next month.
> Forward, Pythoneers!
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