[PyBel] ASBL/VZW creation?
hugo at hugoherter.com
Thu Aug 11 16:02:30 EDT 2016
I am also interested in joining the new Python BE project. Given the
traffic of this ML, I think it makes more sense to discuss the subject here
than in private/direct messages.
I believe that the Python community in Belgium is not at its best and that
it could achieve great things with a little bit of help. We are indeed far
away from the capability to brew our own EuroPython, but I have a
- 1. Workshops <https://www.meetup.com/OpenTechSchool-Brussels/> on a
regular basis to get more people involved
- 2. Drinks (because Ludo's Afpyros were great at the time), ideally in
alternance with the workshops
- 3. Talks every few months
- 4. PyCon.be in addition to Python-FOSDEM, either in conjunction or ~6
- 5. EuroPython, EarthPython, and MilkywayPython
On Thu, Aug 11, 2016 at 8:40 PM, Didrik Pinte <dpinte at enthought.com> wrote:
> Hi Wouter,
> On 11 August 2016 at 19:06, Gmail - Wouter <wouter.vanden.hove at gmail.com>
>> Given the dormant nature of the Python-belgium mailinglists (on average
>> the past 5 years),
>> this discussion "Let's organize EuroPython" is always surprising to see.
> I don't have the feeling anyone is pushing for organizing EuroPython in
> this thread or on the mailing list. This thread is about getting a basic
> structure in place that would allow us to start doing something. My
> personal main interest is/was giving a little bit of money to a legal
> entity related to python BE. Others mentioned conferences but without any
> specific details.
> Given that the resources are nearly non-existant for a huge task like
>> given the very limited number of Belgian attendees to past
>> who really thinks this a good idea?
>> Aren't we trying to run a marathon before learning to walk?
> I have no specific opinions on this. I'm mostly working abroad but excited
> and happy every time I see some movements on the Python BE front. I won't
> be able to commit serious time to such kind of organization but will
> provide financial support if needed.
> -- Didrik
> Belgium mailing list
> Belgium at python.org
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