chris at percious.com
Thu Sep 16 11:13:59 MDT 2010
I like the idea of us all hacking python in the same room, on whatever
projects we are all working on. I will definitely be encouraging folks to
work on mongo/TG/c5t, and will assist, but just having the python energy is
great. Two years ago at the GSoC open conference, a bunch of pythonistas
sprinted on getting python 2.6 working for our various projects. Perhaps we
could do the same this year with PY 2.7?
On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 9:36 AM, Casey Duncan <casey at pandora.com> wrote:
> On Sep 16, 2010, at 9:17 AM, Chris Perkins wrote:
> > Heck yeah! More code less talk. (Or at least less talk focussed around
> > one speaker and more talk in small groups. ;-))
> > I agree with this sentiment whole-heartedly. Can we do more informal
> presentation and less eyes-forward this time? I also like the law of two
> feet, if something doesn't interest you, no one should be offended if you
> move off to a different conversation.
> Totally agree. BTW, does anyone have a copy of powerpoint I can borrow? ;^)
> Maybe we could have some time before the sprints for folks to show off a
> project or something they are interested in sprinting on. That way folks
> could drum up interest or at least expose others to interesting possible
> projects. I guess the rules would be only that the project had publicly
> hosted open-source code in some vcs that folks could grab.
> OTOH, we could all just gather in a room or two and start coding and make
> it more of a free-for-all. Folks could do quick impromptu "pitches" or
> what-have-you for their favorite pet projects to sprint on.
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