[I18n-sig] i18n talk at Monterey in July
Thu, 17 Feb 2000 12:05:15 +0100
Andy Robinson wrote:
> The submissions deadline for the July Open Source conference in
> Monterey is tomorrow. I'd like to ensure that there is a slot for
> Python internationalisation (say 45 minutes), to show how to use the
> Unicode features and encodings library and explain some of the
> problems we are trying to solve. This could be great fun - we can do
> nice visuals with the Japanese stuff - and will be relevant as 1.6
> will be out around then.
> I will do this myself if needed, but is anyone else willing to
> co-present and help prepare the talk?
> The programme itself won't be published in print for some time, so I
> guess dropping out later is allowed, but names must go on draft
> proposals today/tomorrow.
> (e.g. Marc-Andre, Brian, Cyrus?)
> Who's planning to be there, anyway?
I won't have time to spend on this, because I'm packed with work
(also, I won't be online next week), sorry.
Anyway, the Unicode code will go into CVS within the first
two weeks in March, so you should be able to test and verify
the new features really soon now :-)
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