[portland] OS Bridge proposal date extended
python at dylanreinhardt.com
Thu Apr 2 02:21:42 CEST 2009
If anyone else is looking for a good topic, I would love to see something
useful on developing a web service client in Python.
Not a Python client talking to a trivial Python server mind you... but a
non-trivial client talking to a real server where the only documentation is
for PHP and you have to roll your own class definitions from a WSDL file.
It seems that all the tools are out there, but it's really difficult to tell
because of how bad the docs are.
On Wed, Apr 1, 2009 at 1:58 PM, Jeff Schwaber <freyley at gmail.com> wrote:
> Open Source Bridge decided to honor procrastinators and extend the deadline
> for proposals to April 10th.
> And there really aren't enough Python proposals. What do you want to hear
> talked about? Let's hear about it on the list and maybe it'll spark
> somebody's interest.
> Me, personally, I'd like to see a talk titled:
> "Django: beyond the first blog" or similar, which would be a talk about
> great things, terrible things, and general direction pointing for what you
> do to your app after the initial 30 minutes, well covered in tutorials. I'd
> be willing to help if somebody else wanted to do part of this, but I don't
> want to take it on by myself.
> What do you want to hear about?
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