Our topic for the next PyGTA meeting is the PyGTK binding to the Open Source GTK+ GUI library. Myles Braithwaite, a local developer and consultant will be presenting an introduction to the library including how to get started programming with it. Myles has used GTK, among other things, to develop a pair of games for the OLPC laptop. GTK is reasonably portable Free software that has a number of GUI-layout tools, with the Glade system being the most well-known among them.
We'll be meeting at our regular venue, Linux Caffe, which is open until 11pm for the summer, affording us a much more relaxed pace for our meetings. We'll plan to start the presentation for 7:15pm, with people encouraged to gather at 7:00 to chat and socialise. Linux Caffe is at the corner of Grace and Harbord streets, 1 block South of Christie station. Free WiFi is available, as are snacks and sandwiches, ice cream, smoothies, coffee, tea and the like.
Details on how to get to Linux Caffe are available on the PyGTA next-meeting page:
Have fun all, Mike