[omaha] Meeting Notes
mike at hostetlerhome.com
Fri Aug 8 16:26:45 CEST 2008
Count me in.
What itches to we have to scratch? I
wouldn't mind a Django DB migration script but it seems people are working
I can think of a few, techie things that I would like to see. . . .
Charles Kaminski wrote:
> Hi All,
> Jeff mentioned in his notes that I pitched the idea of an
> project for OPUG.
meeting attendee's were receptive and most were outwardly
> I pitched the idea given that there are
existing opportunities in the
> of open-source
software. There are a number of existing and popular
that could be improved greatly using Python (a few are difficult
to implement reliably, but could be a snap for end users using python)
> where for one reason or another (mostly because of companies
> sponsors), the project's may be dieing off.
> A good way to approach this might be to:
1. First see who on the list is interested and can contribute time to
> 2. Discuss possible projects and have
the group of interested people
3. Submit high level designs.
> 4. Get started.
> So if you're interest in participating, we want to hear from
> On Thu, Aug 7,
2008 at 7:29 AM, Jeff Hinrichs - DM&T
<jeffh at dundeemt.com>wrote:
>> I've got the
meeting notes up on the web, http://www.omahapython.org/
make sure and email any corrections
>> Jeff Hinrichs
>> Dundee Media & Technology,
>> jeffh at dundeemt.com
>> web: www.dundeemt.com
>> blog: inre.dundeemt.com
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