It's about that time of year again. We are starting to organize Python sprints again this year hosted at Google (ie, there was a 5 minute conversation and a couple of emails). Nothing has solidified yet, but here are our ideas:
How does that work for people? You can attend for as little or as much time as you want. I expect most people will focus on py3k--the core language changes as well as tools to support the transition.
We'd like to start figuring out how many people would be attending. If you are interested, please mail me privately. You don't need to commit to anything. Just how likely you are to attend. Could someone update the wiki we used for last years sprints: http://wiki.python.org/moin/GoogleSprint
If you would be interested in other locations/dates, let me know. I don't know that we can accommodate anything else, but we can try.