[Python Edinburgh] Hack Session
dougal85 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 8 14:55:01 CEST 2010
Over lunch I briefly spoke with Russell Keith-Magee (Django core dev) and
Alex Gaynor (almost a core dev) and they had a few suggestions for those
that want to get involved with Django. Alex Gaynor also said that if people
are interested he will try to be around on IRC to help out.
* General Django 1.3 bug fixing
* Reviewing tickets and ticket triaging.
* "doctest genocide" - removing doctests and replacing with Unit tests.
On 8 October 2010 13:30, Dougal Matthews <dougal85 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 8 October 2010 08:04, Mark Smith <mark.smith at practicalpoetry.co.uk>wrote:
>> I haven't really had any inspiration on this topic myself. I like the idea
>> of porting Chronic to Python for a couple of reasons:
>> * The learning curve should be relatively shallow.
>> * It doesn't require knowledge of web development or django to either
>> understand it or to see the point.
> I think this is a good project and something I have a real use for.
> Depending how many people we get I think it would be best if we have
> multiple projects going. For example, how many people can seriously get into
> coding on something like Chronic? Especially for a brand new project its
> hard to get lots of people involved.
> Anyway, we can work this out when we see who turns up.
> Details about the time and venue are coming up shortly.
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