[portland] OSB and Python
adam at therobots.org
Thu May 13 19:10:23 CEST 2010
There's also a talk on Sphinx, the Python doc tool (the talk seems to purposefully address using it in non-python projects, which is probably a good thing).
On May 13, 2010, at 10:07 AM, Dylan Reinhardt wrote:
> I missed OpenStreetMap. So three. :-)
> Obviously, there's more of a "culture" focus at OSB than an "implementation"
> focus and Python isn't really heavy into culture. That's one of the things
> I value about Python, actually.
> It's just frustrating to see Python losing conference mojo at more or less
> the exact moment it's gaining so much traction in the corporate world.
> Somehow, that strikes me as not a coincidence.
> Whatever. I'll probably go anyway. :-)
> On Thu, May 13, 2010 at 9:30 AM, John Melesky <list at phaedrusdeinus.org>wrote:
>> On 2010-05-13, at 8:43 AM, Dylan Reinhardt wrote:
>>> Is it just me, or did Python majorly get the finger from Open Source
>>> 90 sessions in all and only two that even *mention* Python.
>> 1- I count 3: libcloud, OpenStreetMap, and RDMA
>> 2- There's only one perl talk, by the same method. Though that's clearly
>> about perl
>> 3- There are no ruby talks by that method.
>> I do see 5 PHP talks, though.
>> So python doesn't look particularly screwed to me, though you might
>> conceivably make the argument that dynamic languages, as a group, were (only
>> i suspect that's true.
>>  methodology: go to http://opensourcebridge.org/events/2010/sessionsand search in page for "python".
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