IRC Chat (was Re: [EuroPython] Roundup issue tracker up and running)

Anna Ravenscroft
Wed, 5 Mar 2003 15:28:37 -0800 (PST)

Just a reminder to all participants - #europython IRC chat is at 1000
and 1500 every day. If you'd like to see the issues that were brought
up and assigned, please check out the tracker that Michael put

We especially need the Track Champions to check in with Paul regarding
your track - if you have any changes to the Track description, now's
the time to make it. Also, if you (or anyone you know) are interested
in being Track Champion for the Applications Track, please let Paul
know by Friday, 7 March - or that Track will be deprecated.

The announcement of the Call for Talks is due to be sent Saturday, 8
March. There is an issue listed on the Tracker for this: "Publish Call
for Talks". If you have any suggestions for where the Call should be
published, please either email them to the list here, or *better yet*
list them on the "notes" section of the issue.

See you at the IRC chat at 1000. 

Anna Ravenscroft

--- Michael Hudson <> wrote:
> I've thrown up a roundup instance at:
> My idea is that we use this to keep track of which issues we have and
> haven't sorted out, such as timetabling, writing cfps and so on.
> I'd encourage everyone who is helping out in the organization of
> EuroPython -- and *certainly* all track champions -- to register
> Roundup is documented at
> but is pretty easy to use if you've used any other email/web based
> issue tracker (bugzilla, the sf trackers, etc).
> One thing that might be handy is that issues can function as mini,
> impromptu mailing lists -- create an issue, add a bunch of people to
> the nosy list and discuss away!
> Cheers,
> M.
> -- 
>   I've even been known to get Marmite *near* my mouth -- but never
>   actually in it yet.  Vegamite is right out.
>  UnicodeError: ASCII unpalatable error: vegamite found, ham expected
>                                        -- Tim Peters,
> comp.lang.python
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