[Baypiggies] IDE demos
marilyn at deliberate.com
Sun Apr 16 08:20:25 CEST 2006
On Fri, 14 Apr 2006, Dennis Reinhardt wrote:
> At 08:26 PM 4/14/2006, Marilyn Davis wrote:
> >So the IDE show is up to 3 solid demos!
> Excellent! As far as I know, the June meeting and later are open. When
> could we plan on this being brought together? Do you consider yourself the
> meeting organizer?
I can motivate collaborate with the other presenters to work out how
we will handle it. I can start the meeting on time. Late people will
miss my emacs demo. I won't be hurt or insulted or even hardly notice
if you are late.
Do you want me to lead the random access part too?
How much time do we get?
Is there anything else that needs doing?
> > Solid volunteers:
PythonWin Tony C
> > > >> ActiveState -> ?
> > > >> Komodo -> ?
> > > >> Wing IDE -> ? Mike
> > > >> jEdit -> Ilia?
> > > >> Boa Constructor -> anyone? (Drew maybe?)
> > > >> BlackAdder -> ?
> > > >> PyDev(Eclipse) -> ?
> > > >> SPE -> ?
> > > >> PyDev -> ?
> > > >> Eric3 -> ?
> > > >> plain old IDLE -> ? (Marilyn)
> > > >> plain old emacs -> ? Marilyn
> > > >> plain old vi (+ctags) -> Keith or Aahz? JJ & Keith
> > > >> Jimmy you use Scite + enhancements don't you?
I'm hoping for July at Google. Is this possible?
> As a group, we can start to think through what publicity mechanisms we want
> need/have in place for this meeting. In the past, I have seen postings in
> the ALT newsgroup but I have not subscribed for a long time and don't know
> if anyone is still doing that. Do any of our meetings show up in Daily
> Python? Should they?
> In terms of publicity, is our objective to get one-time meeting attendance
> or to get subscribers to the mailing list ... who then attend the meetings?
> I am quite in the dark who is doing publicity and the scope of what is
> being done. Is this a capability we need to build out or is anyone doing
> this on a continuing basis?
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