Like I mentioned in the last e-mail thread, I'm interested in going to scipy. I had in mind taking more of a leadership role for a yt talk, if only so I can get my name and face out there a bit more prominently as I get ready to apply for jobs.
Would you be interested in having more input from me on the abstract? Right now it's mostly focused on things in your wheelhouse.
Alternatively I'd be happy to submit a separate abstract if you think that would be best.
On Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 5:02 AM, Matthew Turk firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
The (nominal) due date for submissions for SciPy2014 is next Friday: https://conference.scipy.org/scipy2014/ . I think we should aim to have a strong presence there -- I've heard from a couple people they plan to be there, which is awesome. For various reasons, I am only going to be traveling to the yt workshop in Santa Cruz and SciPy for a little while, so I am planning to be there the entire duration. There are a few things I think we should consider:
Here are my drafts of the sprint and talk abstracts. You should be able to provide comments on them by right-clicking. If you want direct edit privs, let me know.
Options I think we should pass on:
I will be submitting a talk about ZeroPy as well.
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