[Baypiggies] Dump of PyCon 2010 Was: PyCon in SF

Glen Jarvis glen at glenjarvis.com
Fri Feb 26 18:05:45 CET 2010

Aaackk.... I chose a very poor subject name. Many of us couldn't go to  
PyCon and we want to grab a piece of the fun and knowledge.

With Jims help, we have access to a space in SF that we can host a lot  
of us, project our favorite videos/talks from PyCon this year,  
socialize, maybe do a tutorial or two, and try our darndest to make it  
a mini reinactment of PyCon for a Saturday from around 11am to 9pm.

Our list of committee members to help make this happen is now around  
six... Awesome. :)


On Feb 26, 2010, at 8:20 AM, Aahz <aahz at pythoncraft.com> wrote:

> On Fri, Feb 26, 2010, Glen Jarvis wrote:
>> We are planning a PyCon in SF get-together where we will watch  
>> Pycon Videos,
>> have time for discussion, bring in some food and beverage, and  
>> socialize.
>> My experience with planning a group SpamALot is that not everyone  
>> wants to
>> be involved in making the decisions for time, location, place, etc.  
>> However,
>> some people do. We are building a planning team and we already have  
>> three
>> people on the 'committee.' If you wish to be involved in bringing a  
>> small
>> slice of the PyCon experience to those of us who didn't get to go,  
>> please
>> send me an email.
> Just to be clear, I assume this is separate from the possible PyCon  
> in SF
> 2012?
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