[group-organizers] Code for PUG websites
ned at nedbatchelder.com
Wed Apr 17 13:21:46 CEST 2013
Joel, BTW, I also noticed on the map on your home page, there's a spot
labeled, "Sprint Center," and for a moment I thought, "Wow, they have a
place just to do sprints!" :)
On 4/8/2013 9:57 PM, Juan Gomez wrote:
> Hey Joel,
> I'm Juan from Kansas City and you're right that we do use the meetup API to pull information from meetup.com and display it in our website.
> You can take a look at our website here: http://pythonkc.com/
> and the source code for the website is here: https://github.com/pythonkc/pythonkc.com
> We host the website on Gondor (https://gondor.io/) so there's some Gondor specific stuff in the code, but you can modify it to re-use it on any hosting provider.
> Hope this help and I'd be glad to answer any other questions you might have.
> - Juan
> On Apr 8, 2013, at 4:20 PM, Joel Rivera <rivera at joel.mx> wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> I'm from Python Monterrey, Mexico and I'm thinking on building a website
>> for the group (pymty.org), currently we use meetup/google groups, but I
>> do think that a website gives a better impression in particular if you
>> are going to reach sponsors.
>> I was at the BOF on the PyCon 2013 and I remember that some guys from
>> Kansas mention that they were looking to integrate/share the code of
>> their website (for what I see they integrate the meetup apis) and there
>> was a mention to another group that already does that.
>> Any information related to the subject will be much appreciated.
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>> Group-Organizers at python.org
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