[EuroPython] Barcamp?

Bruce Eckel bruceteckel at gmail.com
Sat Jun 13 17:52:26 CEST 2009

Like I say, I *think* we're on the same page here. But having never been to
a bar camp, only heard about them, I wanted to make sure I wasn't offering
to describe something else than what you are asking for.

-- Bruce Eckel

On Sat, Jun 13, 2009 at 6:49 AM, Tim Couper <tim at tizmoi.net> wrote:

> Hang on Zeth .. I think post-millenialist-early-for-Christmas, fair-trade,
> Orthodox cucumbers are clearly the sort we want .. :-)
> Tim
> Zeth wrote:
>> 2009/6/13 Bruce Eckel <bruceteckel at gmail.com>:
>>> Just to clarify, I offered to explain Open Spaces conferences, which is
>>> the
>>> kind of conference I've been doing. My understanding is that Bar Camps
>>> use
>>> Open Spaces, but if that isn't correct you should let me know.
>> For PyConUK, we once had a long mailing list thread about 'BarCamp'
>> versus some other types of 'open space'. However, when it comes to
>> making cucumber sandwiches, it does not matter if you are a
>> pre-millenialist middle Anglo-Catholic instead of a post-millenialist
>> high Anglican, you put butter and cucumber between slices of bread.
>> Lets not worry about branding and philosophy, you have a load of
>> Python geeks sitting in a circle doing what the participants want,
>> rather than what we, the organisers, have pre-planned.
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