[group-organizers] Boulder Python's trello board submission process

Kevin Najimi kevin.najimi at gmail.com
Sat May 19 10:55:42 EDT 2018

The Trello board seems like such a good idea!  I think bringing visibility to the submission process would definitely be appreciated by the Milwaukee Python community.  We’ll possibly give this a try!  Thanks for sharing!

- Kevin

> On May 19, 2018, at 8:58 AM, Ned Batchelder <ned at nedbatchelder.com> wrote:
> Hey all, PyCon is always an energizing experience, so great to talk to tons of other organizers!  But it's impossible to finish all the conversations that get started.  This mailing list (Python Group Organizers) is usually nearly silent, but maybe this is the year conversations will continue here?
> One thing I heard about at PyCon that piqued my interest was using a public Trello board as the pipeline for user group presentations.  Boulder is doing it here: https://trello.com/b/wm8hatnW/submissions
> I've taken the liberty of including the Boulder Python people on this email to ask how the board has been working, and a bit about how it works.  The submission page is not a Trello thing, or is it?  What are the mechanics behind the scenes?  And what works well and doesn't work well about it?  It seems to me that making the process public could help attract helpers, or hasn't it done that?
> Thanks, I'm looking forward to doing something like this in Boston.
> --Ned.
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