[Chicago] August Snakes on Apples Meeting
kumar.mcmillan at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 06:37:31 CEST 2007
On 7/25/07, Brian Ray <bray at sent.com> wrote:
> Planning is going well for the August meeting <http://chipy.org/
> SnakesOnApples>. As I mentioned at our last meeting, we have an offer
> for a venue at UIC. I would like to let them know next week in case
> that is what we choose. Google will be closer to where C4 is being
> held but I am not sure if they are able to host. Fitz, are you able
> to host? Apple store is out of the question because it did not fit
> our needs. Alders Planetarium is booked.
> We also have a sponsor for food. Thanks Roy Talman & Associates.
> Doug Pratt will be attending.
> Regarding presentations, we do not have anyone lined up yet. There
> has been some grumbling. I tried to get some specific mac people from
> C4 to present but most are not flying in until the next day. If you
> know someone or you would like to present, here are some possible
> How Python ships on the Mac
> Mac specific modules part of Python Standard Library
> PyObj <http://pyobjc.sourceforge.net/>
> Apple Events
> Mac Software using Python: ie BitTorrent, Blender, FontLab
> macholib - analyze the Mach-O binary format
[time warp ... just moved to Uptown; the dust is beginning to settle]
hrmmm, it's not listed but I could demo some features for editing
python code in TextMate  if enough people were interested. I've
been committing various commands/snippets/syntaxes/ to the Bundles
repository  way back since TextMate was in beta (when it sucked!).
There are perhaps a few undocumented bundles that I could highlight.
I don't know if it would be a very exciting presentation; it's just an
editor. And it's not emacs! :) It's also commercial, fyi.
 http://macromates.com/svn/Bundles/trunk/ ...and...
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