[BangPypers] User group meeting
vikasruhil06 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 31 18:56:43 CET 2011
Okay as i concern we are realistically about this also interested in ,so now
it wake call to every one i also start looking trough my networks from
twitter ,you-tube ,python communities for make it happen if there is how
many persons from there heart is with us so why can't we do this now i am
gonna put all my effort to make successful this one first meet up in Delhi.
also i try to use liken-in python groups also try to search some
professionals ,volunteers,students every one who is inters-ed in python
.Anubha ,Gora ,Neha ,Noufal thanks all for support me. specially Neha you
also gonna to speared these words with Every possible social link for the
sake of python developers........so i am hopeful every one is gonna to make
suceesfull this event so i gonna all "Delhi & NCR " user come up stand with
regards vikas ruhil
On Mon, Jan 31, 2011 at 11:11 PM, Gora Mohanty <gora at mimirtech.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 31, 2011 at 4:27 PM, Anubha Dadhich <sethi.anubha at gmail.com>
> > Can we please take this decision to *delhi only* mailing list.
> You are right. However, please bear with us for a little longer,
> while we get such a list set up. This list has traditionally
> been the pan-Indian Python list, so I ask for people's patience
> for just a little longer.
> Vikas, as you had volunteered for this earlier, it is up to you,
> and others interested, to drive this effort. As mentioned
> earlier, I do not have too much time to devote to this, and
> also am not entirely happy with a Python-only group: I feel
> that it further fragments an already weak community. So,
> the order of business should be:
> - Set up a mailing list, and find moderators. A Google, or
> Yahoo group might work, but many people do not like
> the idea of being forced to join Google/Yahoo in order
> to subscribe to such a list.
> - Create some publicity through mails in local LUG lists:
> the ILUG-Delhi list, and the IITDLug list have already
> been pointed out.
> - Find presenters for the first event. As Noufal points out,
> it might be good to start with a half-day event. The venue
> can be JNU, IIT-Delhi, or some NCR college: I can help
> arrange that, once speakers are found.
> - If you are going to be gone till the 25th of Feb., it is
> probably best to start on all this after you get back,
> unless you can work on this from the US, or there is
> someone else ready to take up the load.
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