[Chicago] ChiPy Needs your Help!

Daniel Griffin dgriff1 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 5 19:53:09 CET 2009

It should be ok if we can keep the individual language comparos to under 5
minutes. There really isnt that much to say about C except for "doesnt have
this" or "Can be poorly done using function pointers"

Do we have a sort of definitive list on the comparison points?


On Mon, Jan 5, 2009 at 12:49 PM, Ian Bicking <ianb at colorstudy.com> wrote:

> Brian Ray wrote:
>>    1)  A presentation more capable than Carl or myself to do an
>> introduction to Py3K.  Is there anyone local (or remote who will travel)
>> willing to present on this very important topic? Any core Python people out
>> there?  It would be great if we can have: overview, examples, and a FAQ
>> section.  This can be sliced and diced anyway we like: between multiple
>> speakers or all at once. I just feel it is our duty to address this topic.
>> If nobody is found I will make due. But, please, help me look.
>>    2)  Secondly, Those willing to to quick (15 min) comparisons to  Python
>> to any other language. Like I said, the rough list is started. I would
>> really like to get 10 or some, some serious and some not so serious.   There
>> *WILL* be a couple of areas each presenter will need to address.  This
>> should be really fun.
> Is this going to be too much material for one meeting?  We've been going a
> little long on presentations, and this one seems more ambitious than most.
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