[Baypiggies] Fw: Re: Unconfirmed for December meeting

Marilyn Davis marilyn at deliberate.com
Wed Nov 15 19:46:15 CET 2006

----- On Wednesday, November 15, 2006 DennisR at dair.com wrote:

> At 08:02 PM 11/14/2006, Donna M. Snow wrote:
>>I bet we can fill December with something.. why not relegate a bit of time
>>for a small holiday party? to end the year? We can extend the mapping and
>>random access and do some networking during the time we need to fill for
>>the December meeting..
> We have 30 minutes confirmed out of 80 minutes.  A small holiday party
> would require a volunteer to bring refreshments.  who wants to do this?

Google seems to be very generous with beverages.  Is this true or am I stealing water when I go there?

> I don't think 30 minutes is enough material for a meeting.
> Perhaps we can generalize the IDE topics to cover Python development
> methodologies.  For example, I do python source editing in WordPad, which
> is as far away from an IDE as you can get.  There are some interesting
> things I could present about my development environment but the IDE part of
> it is worth at most a 30 second mention.

I'm very interested in learning about the WordPad environment. 


> Are there 3 more good 15 minute development methodology presentations out
> there?  I could do one but would prefer to be a speaker of last resort.
>>My response on this is that we wait until January for the Plone
>>presentation..for a couple of reasons. I can't guarantee I'll be ready by
>>then.. and I'd really like the presentation to cover the entire session
>>and give us all an opportunity to determine how we go forward with the new
>>site. Tony's been having problems and I've been too busy to really follow
>>up like he needs. I will follow up with Tony and get him back on track..
> Sure.  Makes perfect sense.
> Dennis
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