[EuroPython] knock, knock!
chris at simplistix.co.uk
Mon Oct 3 09:56:22 CEST 2005
Yeah, but Zope/Plone probably has enough stuff of it's own to merit its
own track, especially when you roll in things like Zope 3 and ECMS...
Paul Everitt wrote:
> Hi Michael. I'm in for the Zope track. However, I wonder if it
> would be better to do this as a general "Web Frameworks" track than
> just Zope. There's lots of interesting stuff happening in Python
> these days for web frameworks. Lots of people might benefit from
> On Sep 30, 2005, at 2:47 PM, Michael Hudson wrote:
>>So, it's been a few months since EuroPython 2005, and I think it's
>>probably time to start moving -- very slowly, maybe, at this point --
>>towards EuroPython 2006.
>>I have a vague recollection of volunteering to be program chair, which
>>means I'm interested in knowing who I can dupe into being a track
>>I have a less vague recollection of not wanting anything to do with
>>the website, but would certainly be interested in know who is able to
>>help with that. In particular, could someone who can put something
>>like "See you at CERN in 2006!" on the front page of the site?
>>But mainly the point of this mail is just to see who's out there and
>>awake. So: "BOO!" :)
>>>Touche! But this confirms you are composed of logic gates.
>> Crud, I thought those were neurons in there.
>> -- Thomas F. Burdick, Kenny Tilton, comp.lang.lisp
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