[Texas] PyTexas 2011 at Texas A&M in Sept
jtgalyon at gmail.com
Tue Apr 26 14:05:11 CEST 2011
Brad and Ralph,
On Mon, Apr 25, 2011 at 7:50 PM, Ralph Green <sfreader at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> On Mon, 2011-04-25 at 19:29 -0500, Brad Allen wrote:
> > You'll see the docs mention pytx.org, which isn't really ready to
> > announce yet. Feel free to take a look at the site, but bear in mind
> OK. I'll look at it. Thanks.
> > that some content updates and testing are required...also, we need
> > more login methods; not everyone has Twitter and Facebook accounts.
> If we must have awful stuff like Facebook, then we should at least have
> something reasonable like identi.ca or status.net. I'll certainly help
> code those, if needed. Is there a proper pace for discussion about the
> website, or is the PyTexas list it?
I started coding some of the various social network and other external auth
like oauth, then came across Velruse (
http://packages.python.org/velruse/index.html) which I want to have an
excuse to worth with and on :) This could really help the PyTexas system
out as well as provide an ability to both avoid NIH and contribute back to
the community on an existing (and quite popular by the looks of forks)
> On a related note, I have not had any success in burning Blue-Ray
> disks. I have a friend in Arlington who I think has burned a Blue-Ray
> disk successfully. He is out of town until Thursday. If he has a good
> setup, I am pretty sure he will let me borrow his machine to burn the
> disks. I only have 4 blank Blue-Ray disks left.
> Good day,
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