[group-organizers] Watch PyCon videos?

Deb Nicholson deb at eximiousproductions.com
Fri Mar 29 23:35:45 CET 2013

Maybe it would make the most sense to group the videos around a loose
theme, like web programming or big data and then include a couple of
relevant lightning talks?

Comfy chairs and popcorn (maybe beer too) would also be a plus.

On Fri, Mar 29, 2013 at 5:18 PM, Catherine Devlin
<catherine.devlin at gmail.com> wrote:
> We've done this a couple times at the Dayton Dynamic Languages meeting,
> where it's perfect because it's a very small but chatty group.  A single
> 30-min video takes us about two hours since we're constantly stopping the
> video, saying, "Wait, what?", explaining things to one another, and trying
> things out.  If you can get that dynamic going, it's much more valuable
> than just watching videos alone.
> Good reminder, we should really do this more.
> On Fri, Mar 29, 2013 at 4:44 PM, Ned Batchelder <ned at nedbatchelder.com>wrote:
>> I always have a problem post-PyCon, which is that I mean to watch videos
>> of talks I didn't see, but then I don't watch them.  Has anyone tried
>> running an event that consists just of watching PyCon videos together?  A
>> poll beforehand could select the videos to screen, then put the video on
>> the big screen, watch together, and have a q+a/discussion afterward.   Does
>> this work?  Is it weird to watch a talk on video in person?
>> --Ned.
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