[FRPythoneers] MIT free software project visiting CO, wants new friends

Jim Baker jbaker at zyasoft.com
Tue Aug 19 14:35:03 MDT 2008

Sounds like a plan, I'm sure a bunch of us would like to meet up with your
team while you're here in Boulder and Denver. Just give us some specific
dates, and we'll make it happen.

- Jim

On Tue, Aug 19, 2008 at 11:28 AM, Christina Xu <kxu at fas.harvard.edu> wrote:

> Hi Pythoneers!
> I'm part of a team at MIT called extrACT that is working on developing open
> source web- and phone-based tools for communities dealing with natural gas
> extraction issues all around the country. We are planning a visit to
> Colorado from August 25th - September 12th for field testing, and will be
> traveling to Denver, Boulder, Durango, and Grand Junction to meet with
> organizations interested in our software and do some beta-testing for what
> we've completed so far. However, it's lonely on the road, and we want to
> make new friends while we're out here. We would love to meet up with you
> guys to talk more about our project, solicit feedback, or just hang out and
> chew the fat with some people who don't give us funny looks for running
> Ubuntu. Our tools are built entirely in Python (the web stuff is all in
> Django), so we'd be happy to share any experiences we've had developing in
> it.
> Unfortunately, I don't think we are going to be around for any of your
> regular meetups, but we will be in Boulder near the beginning and the end of
> our trip. We're excited to meet with any or all of you over dinner (or any
> other better meetup suggestions). If you're interested, please email us
> back!
> Thanks,
> Christina (& Dan & Sara)
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