[portland] OS Bridge proposal date extended

Dylan Reinhardt python at dylanreinhardt.com
Thu Apr 2 02:12:32 CEST 2009

This might help:




On Wed, Apr 1, 2009 at 4:59 PM, kirby urner <kirby.urner at gmail.com> wrote:

> Django is driving me nuts I have to admit.  It's the static media bit.
>  It's all on my Ubuntu laptop so if someone wants to show me where I'm
> going wrong, the bagels are on me... (I had it working but then
> decided to move directories around...).  Write me off list maybe.  I
> live near the Bagdad.
> Yeah, more Python talks would be good.  I'm not altogether clear what
> the audience will be like but I think there's always room for "just
> the basics" i.e. a good old fashioned tutorial that doesn't go too
> fast.  I know we're into test driven development but I think doctest
> is sufficient with noobs.  Indeed, Python pedagogy is effective
> because interactive...
> I could see PPUG offering a standard once month free class with
> rotating presenter, then spin-off more advanced topic classes that fly
> when they fill, sort of Saturday Academy still.  Having something like
> a fixed schedule for the free ones, then scrambling amongst ourselves
> to always have an instructor, would be a fun way to make PPUG a
> stronger glue maybe.    Just a thought.
> Kirby
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