[portland] OSB and Python

Chris Pitzer chris at lofiart.com
Thu May 13 18:28:04 CEST 2010

just being honest - I was excited about os bridge until I heard the talks
they selected.


(oh - and I pitched a geodjango talk and a django/python/wsgi talk - no

On Thu, May 13, 2010 at 8:57 AM, Michael Schurter <
michael at susens-schurter.com> wrote:

> On Thu, May 13, 2010 at 8:43 AM, Dylan Reinhardt
> <python at dylanreinhardt.com> wrote:
> > Is it just me, or did Python majorly get the finger from Open Source
> Bridge?
> >
> > 90 sessions in all and only two that even *mention* Python.  Only one of
> > those seems to actually be *about* Python.  Unless you could Postgres, I
> > guess. Maybe that's two, it's tough to tell.
> >
> > Seriously, there are more sessions about Haskell and non-relational
> > databases than stuff you might actually use?  More than twice as many
> > presentations on PHP than Python, Perl and Ruby combined?
> >
> > Probably just jealous... I submitted two of the dozen-odd Python
> proposals
> > they passed on.  :-)
> Wow, that sucks.  I had just assumed we, the local Python community,
> had dropped the ball on this one, but it doesn't sound like it.  Seems
> a million PHP proposals popped up as soon as they started accepting
> proposals.
> Sorry to hear your talk wasn't accepted. I enjoyed your Django talk
> last year. iirc it was a packed room and the talk was very well
> received.
> Next year maybe we'll have to organize some nights to get together and
> help each other craft great proposals.
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