[Catalog-sig] We'd really like to Sprint.
chris.mcavoy at gmail.com
Fri Jan 28 15:49:28 CET 2005
Is there anything that we could do in 5 hours? We had talked about an
XML-RPC interface for searching, and a client. Something that could
grow into the perl -MCPAN -e shell sort of interface. Is that
something you'd be interested it?
5 hours could build an XML-RPC client and server with time left over
for us to figure out how to Sprint.
On Fri, 28 Jan 2005 19:14:39 +1100, Richard Jones
<richardjones at optushome.com.au> wrote:
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> On Fri, 21 Jan 2005 05:02 am, Chris McAvoy wrote:
> > Forgive me for being a bull in a china shop, but can someone suggest a
> > 5 hour Sprint task for the Chicago Python Users Group to Sprint on?
> > Is there a paragraph in a PEP that we could tackle with the
> > catalog-sig's blessing?
> Sorry for the delay. 5 hours probably isn't enough for any of the things I had
> planned. I guess if you were able to get together a patch implementing PEP
> 314 then that would be great. I've still not revised the PEP, which I will
> try to do this evening around the most recent discussion:
> I'm still keen to actually Sprint at PyCon - I'm going to put up the proposal
> in the wiki tonight too. If nothing else, I'll sit around before PyCon and
> bloody well write the thing by myself :)
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