[Chicago] Python sprint at Google
Christopher Allan Webber
cwebber at imagescape.com
Mon Aug 6 16:30:44 CEST 2007
I'm interested in attending, certainly.
"Brian W. Fitzpatrick" <fitz at red-bean.com> writes:
> In case people don't know, Google is hosting a sprint on Python again
> this year (in Mountain View), hacking on the language from August 22-25.
> I'm trying to gauge interest from folks in Chicago to see if it's worthwhile
> for us to host a Chicago part of the sprint (videoconferenced into
> Mountain View).
> This is a great way to learn more about how to change language
> features! So if you want to learn more about how Python works
> underneath the covers or how we develop it, come find out.
> Right now we are expecting at least the following Googlers will be sprinting:
> Guido, Alex Martelli, Collin Winter, Talin, and Neal Norwitz.
> If you are interested, respond to this thread and let me know by
> midnight on August 9th, at which point I'll take a tally and see if
> we've got enough folks interested for us to host a node.
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