I'd like to raise a concern that Anatoly's actions are disruptive and largely unhelpful. His passive-agressive writing style is well known but it seems this no longer satisfies him. Today, without consulting anyone he edited our Wiki guidelines and removed the "Do not remove guidelines you do not agree with!" note (yes, really):
Should we react in any way? How do you perceive his contributions in general?
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PyCon 2013 is in Santa Clara, March 13-21st 2013. As in previous years we will be having a Python language summit, open to all CPython committers and invited individuals from the other implementations of Python and the Python community.
The purpose of the summit will be to discuss language development, co-operation between the different implementations, and anything else that seems relevant.
Not all the details of the summit are settled (the room hasn't been fixed yet) but I will post updates as they come in.
What we do know:
* The summit will be on Wednesday 13th March
* The summit will be from 10:30am to 4pm
There will be breaks, including lunch provided, and hopefully we will have wifi and a projector in the room.
If you are able to come please reply to me (off list) so I can keep a track of numbers.
If you have any topics you would like to discuss at the summit then let me know and I can add them to the agenda.
All the best,
May you do good and not evil
May you find forgiveness for yourself and forgive others
May you share freely, never taking more than you give.
-- the sqlite blessing