[Baypiggies] Dump of PyCon 2010 Was: PyCon in SF
jim at well.com
Fri Feb 26 18:48:06 CET 2010
should we have an email group of the six
so's to coordinate without adding noise to
the baypiggies' list? or does it work that
you, glen, are the pointman?
the prospective location is noisebridge
on the third floor of 2169 mission street
very near 18th street in san francisco,
roughly 5000 square feet divided into
various work areas and classrooms.
knowing in advance how many persons will
show up at what times on whatever saturday
we end up with will help in planning, so if
you know you're likely to attend, please let
us know one way or another.
On Fri, 2010-02-26 at 09:05 -0800, Glen Jarvis wrote:
> 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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