[Python Edinburgh] Python Workshop/Support group Edinburgh
mark.smith at practicalpoetry.co.uk
Mon Dec 1 16:39:24 CET 2014
Douglas, I don't think anyone's "in charge" of this yet. It's still just
being organised collectively. Let's see how this pans out.
On 1 December 2014 at 15:15, dgm <dgm at agamik.co.uk> wrote:
> The only people who have an input into which days the workshop runs are
> Fanduel/venue provider and the person who is in charge of the workshop.
> They should be the ones who set the date/time and everyone else has to fit
> in with it or not. It doesn't matter which time/day is picked there will be
> people who can't make it and will say so. Some of the I can't make it then
> people wouldn't be able to make it if you held it in their front room with
> free coke and hookers while they were on a tag.
> On 1 December 2014 at 14:24, Bald, Glenn <Glenn.Bald at forestry.gsi.gov.uk>
>> Hello Everyone,
>> So we are doing this! It's great so many people are interested in
>> getting involved. I was thinking venue was going to be biggest hurdle,
>> but looks like we have options. This excellent well done everyone.
>> We seem to have people of all levels and varying backgrounds which
>> should be good. Like the real world some problems will have simple
>> solutions and other will be more complex so there will be something for
>> all abilities(Even people who have never programmed).
>> Shall we aim for a once every two weeks meet?
>> Is there any preference for times and days? Or times and days you don't
>> How long should we make each session?
>> Depending on numbers of people who wish to attend we could perhaps
>> rotate around venues based on availability so we spread the load? Shall
>> we try and pick a date and time for the 1st event?
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