[Chicago] Python bug day - October 27
sean.michael.farley at gmail.com
Sat Oct 13 22:52:08 CEST 2012
On Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 2:12 PM, Brian Curtin <brian at python.org> wrote:
> Would anyone be interested in getting together on Saturday October 27
> to hack on Python?
> Whether it's CPython, one of the other interpreters, or the standard
> library, there has been discussion on the python-dev mailing list
> about a bunch of groups getting together to introduce people to
> contributing to Python and work on fixing bugs or adding features. A
> group out of Montreal got it started, and so far groups in Finland
> (after PyCon Finland), Poland (not sure where, specifically), and
> maybe Boston are planning to get together and hack as well.
> 1. Would anyone be interested?
> 2. Where could we meet?
> I've lead CPython sprints in the past at PyCon and have written about
> and presented about the topic of contribution, so I'm more than
> willing to help get people up and running. If you want to work on
> PyPy, I don't know much about it myself, and the Chicago PyPy guru now
> lives in San Francisco. I'm sure we could figure it out, though, and I
> bet their IRC will be active.
I'd be interested as well. Potentially on PyPy, too.
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