This month (June 2009) we will be meeting on the 17th (a Wednesday, *not* our regular Tuesday). Linux Caffe is at the corner of Grace and Harbord streets, 1 block South of Christie subway station. This month's presentation is...
Wednesday, June 17th:
Behdad Esfahbod will be presenting on how to use the Cairo rendering library from Python. Cairo is a vector graphics library that allows for targeting multiple graphical back-ends including OpenGL, X-windows, OSX Quartz, Win32, PDF, PNG etceteras. It is used in the Firefox and WebKit engines as well as the GTK library.
Again, note the day-of-week!
Tuesday, July 21st:
Robert Jackiewicz of the Toronto Plone User's group will be presenting the zc.buildout package. Buildout is a tool for creating redistributable Python applications which is used extensively by the Zope and Plone communities. It is a "recipe" based engine for reproducing a set of modules and application code onto a number of machines.
If you have an idea for a presentation, theme or discussion, feel free to email it to me.
Enjoy yourselves, Mike