I won't be at PyCon US, so can't attend.
I've added a page on the streaming details to the PSF wiki in case someone wants to give that a try. AFAIK, there was no interest from other developers in joining in via that channel when we ran the streaming of the summit at EuroPython, so it may not be worth the trouble.
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Michael Foord wrote:
The Python language summit at PyCon 2012 will soon be upon us.
I have one volunteer to act as a scribe for the event and write up notes afterwards. It would be best to have at least one more person taking notes and able to write them up, as one person won't get all of the discussion of interest.
Do we have anyone willing to setup "video streaming", similar to what will be done for the PSF meeting? If anyone is willing to take this on, Marc-Andre should be able to help with the technical details.
We're not usually short of topics to discuss, but the only specific idea for the summit agenda I have so far is "namespace packages". We have two competing PEPs for Python 3.3, so it makes a good topic for discussion.
Experimental packages are another potential topic. We have some candidates for packages that some would like to see in the standard library, but marked in the documentation as experimental and with reduced guarantees on API stability.
Another topic worthy of discussion is the proposed changes to the release cycle, if no decision has been made by the summit.
If you have any other topics you think would be good to discuss please let me know.
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