If PyCon UK was in the calendar, then it would be cheating, but since September 2018 appears totally open... :)
Larry – hopefully being close to home (#1) means you can join for the first few days. You won’t force someone else to miss out completely, we'll have room.
Top-posted from my Windows phone
From: M.-A. Lemburg Sent: Sunday, March 18, 2018 5:50 To: Larry Hastings; email@example.com Subject: Re: [python-committers] Save the date: Core developer sprints
On 18.03.2018 03:16, Larry Hastings wrote:
On 03/07/2018 09:25 PM, Steve Dower wrote:
So far, I have locked in dates and a building. Assuming no disasters, we will have Microsoft Building 20 https://www.bing.com/maps/?pc=W8AP&FORM=MAPXSH&where1=47.643699,-122.131305&name=3709+157th+Ave+NE%2C+Redmond%2C+WA+98052&locsearch=1 for our (almost) exclusive use from *September 10^th until the 14^th *. This is a set aside building for guests, which should mean no NDAs are required, and we’ll have a large space to use with a small kitchen and a few conference rooms.
FWIW this butts up against PyCon UK 2018, which starts Saturday September 15th and runs for five days. I suppose it's getting harder and harder to throw a dart at a wall calendar and land on a date which *doesn't* have a PyCon running. But still, I can think of one person who might have otherwise planned on attending both.*
You can use the Python event calendar to improve your dart skills :-)
(or is this cheating ?)