[Python-Belgium] Python Sprints on Thursday+Friday before FOSDEM
hugo at hugoherter.com
Mon Jan 13 07:39:13 EST 2020
I just published the event on the Belgium Python Meetup:
Having it added on the Fringe page will come.
+32/485.191.123 <+32485191123> | hugo at okeso.eu | www.okeso.eu
Make - Transform - Connect
SPRL | Rue Mertens 31, 1150 Bruxelles
TVA BE0698.860.254 RPM Bruxelles
On Mon, Jan 13, 2020 at 1:33 PM Benjamin Henrion <zoobab at gmail.com> wrote:
> You should have a public webpage about it, and be listed on the Fosdem
> fringe page...
> On Mon, Jan 13, 2020 at 1:27 PM Hugo Herter <hugo at hugoherter.com> wrote:
> > Dear Belgian Pythonistas,
> > FOSDEM is approaching, and a lot of independent events are organised
> before and after in Brussels .
> > On Thursday and Friday before FOSDEM, I will contribute to Free and Open
> Source Python software and/or help other people do the same .
> > This is called a Sprint, and you are all welcome to join as well ! Don't
> fear to join even as a beginner, we will help each.
> > The address is 116 rue de Laeken, 1000 Bruxelles,
> > near metro stations De Brouckère / Yser.
> > Happy New Year and see you soon !
> > Hugo Herter
> > Software Engineer
> > +32/485.191.123 | hugo at okeso.eu | www.okeso.eu
> > OKESO
> > Make - Transform - Connect
> > SPRL | Rue Mertens 31, 1150 Bruxelles
> > TVA BE0698.860.254 RPM Bruxelles
> > >  The FOSDEM Fringe consists of independent events involving free
> and open source software taking place in the days around the FOSDEM
> weekend. They are organised independently of FOSDEM so please refer any
> questions to the contacts listed. https://fosdem.org/2020/fringe/
> > >  It's call a Sprint. Most Open Source software is created by
> multiple persons remotely. At Sprints the developers meet in person to work
> on OSS together. Other communities call a Sprint "Hackathon".
> Benjamin Henrion (zoobab)
> Email: zoobab at gmail.com
> Mobile: +32-484-566109
> Web: http://www.zoobab.com
> FFII.org Brussels
> "In July 2005, after several failed attempts to legalise software
> patents in Europe, the patent establishment changed its strategy.
> Instead of explicitly seeking to sanction the patentability of
> software, they are now seeking to create a central European patent
> court, which would establish and enforce patentability rules in their
> favor, without any possibility of correction by competing courts or
> democratically elected legislators."
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