[Chicago] April Meeting
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Fri Apr 4 14:28:38 CEST 2008
As long as you bring up the topic of Frame Hackery, I guess I should
mention that Kumar and I posted the handouts+code for our PyCon
We cover the basics of frame hacks, as well as some practical
examples of frame hackery.
--- Brian Ray <bray at sent.com> wrote:
> On Apr 2, 2008, at 4:04 PM, Kumar McMillan wrote:
> > On Wed, Apr 2, 2008 at 9:57 AM, Massimo Di Pierro
> > <mdipierro at cs.depaul.edu> wrote:
> >> I can host on April 15. Whether you want o hear about web2py
> again, I
> >> let you decide. Hosting is not conditional to that.
> > +1
> Usually, I am pretty hard-set on never changing the meeting day.
> I feel a little wacky today, here is my choice:
> +1 for April 15th at Depaul
> But, we *must* get back into a routine soon. Otherwise, we may
> victim of being labeled as even more void of leadership than we
> already have proactively taken the initiative to labeled ourselves.
> Concerning web2py, I think hearing it "again" does not sound as
> as hearing it in "fresh new light." Regardless, I think we should
> one of the three be a fresh new presentation on web2py, if
> One thing I learned from countless hours of reading the surveys'
> Pycon (have you filled out yours) is that some Python goers really
> like the Hacks. This is why I am pushing on some FrameHackery.
> want to come forward and present on this. I can recall embarrassing
> frame hackery being done by even some of the best of us. I am not
> pointing fingers here; although, lets get back to our hack-roots
> Who is up for the challenge?
> I do not know what the third thing should be, perhaps we should
> have a
> group presentation by the ChiPy-netflix-swim-suit-calendar-fund-
> raising team?
> Brian Ray
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