[Baypiggies] Additional speaker for PyGameSF September 16th Meet up

Harry Tormey slander at unworkable.org
Fri Sep 5 23:04:10 CEST 2008

Hi All,
A last minute addition to the line up for this months PyGameSF meet up:

-Keith Nemitz (http://www.mousechief.com/) 'Making PyGames That Make Money'

About: This talk will cover how to organize your production and tools,
how to exploit market opportunities, and what the near future of small game
developer business and tools look like.


On Fri, Sep 05, 2008 at 10:25:27AM -0700, Harry Tormey wrote:
> Hi All,
> Just writing to say that this months PyGameSF meet up is on Tuesday
> September 16th from 7pm at the Metreon food court in San Francisco. This
> month's presentations are:
> - Amar Chaudhary "Python, OpenSound Control and Open Sound World."  
> About: This talk will demonstrate Open Sound World (OSW), a dynamic, scalable
> environment for audio and music processing, and the ability to control
> OSW via Python and OpenSound Control.  This system can be used for building
> musical instruments or effects for use in live performance, as well as 
> "live coding."
> PyGame SF is an informal group meet up in San Francisco for Software
> engineers interested in python, OpenGL, audio, pygame, SDL, programming
> and generally anything to do with multimedia development. The format of 
> our meetings typically involve several people giving presentations on projects 
> they are developing followed by group discussion and feedback.
> If anyone else would like to give a micro presentation, show demos or
> just talk about what they are doing or generally give examples of  any
> relevant software they are working on please feel free to head along.
> To subscribe to the pygamesf mailing list simply email
> pygame-sf+subscribe at unworkable.org 
> -- 
> Harry Tormey
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Harry Tormey
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