[FRPythoneers] Aug -> Sep?
phycofalcon at gmail.com
Tue Aug 12 17:05:49 MDT 2008
I'm also interested in attending the Denver meet... I'd like to briefly show
you guys some of the interesting things I've been doing with SVG. It would
be sweet if we could meet up at Terry's Lakeside mansion.
On Tue, Aug 12, 2008 at 4:07 PM, Chris Perkins <chris at percious.com> wrote:
> Lets just set some criteria and run with it:
> 1) Located in Denver.
> 2) WiFi (preferrably free available)
> 3) Reasonable dining options.
> Panera bread offers free wifi-and has reasonable food. (byob?) There are 3
> locations in Denver.
> If just one other pythonist showed up I still think it would be valuable.
> I will start creating my sphinx slides. I'd also be interested to see
> Casey's new particle system.
> On Tue, Aug 12, 2008 at 3:53 PM, Casey Duncan <casey at pandora.com> wrote:
>> 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:
>>> 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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