[PyAR2] Jeff Rush Speaking at PyArkansas
bob.fahr at gmail.com
Mon Aug 4 21:55:56 CEST 2008
I'd be interested in doing a tutorial on Trac and Trac enhancement/extension
if you think that'd be of interest. Another idea would be Eclipse
integration. I'll also see if I can get my boss to kick in some
give-aways. If you'd like I can also check with the Conway chamber of
commerce and see if they can get HP to provide something.
On Mon, Aug 4, 2008 at 9:05 AM, Greg Lindstrom <gslindstrom at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hello Everyone,
> While working on organizing pyArkansas, I wrote Jeff Rush (Python
> Advocacy Coordinator and all around nice guy) about speaking at our
> humble get together in October. He has responded very
> enthusiastically and on an email sent to the Python list mentioned
> that he was booked in October for Python Arkansas! Jeff is one of the
> "Big Dogs" in the community and I'm extremely happy that he is willing
> to come help us out. He says that he will bring some folks with him
> to attend as well.
> So, we really need to meet -- either in person or IRC -- to get things
> planned. How about Saturday, August 16th? Should we set up a
> freenode channel (anyone know how to do that?). I need to met with
> our friends at UCA to look over the classrooms/labs and coordinate
> with them as well.
> Also, it's time to think about classes/talks. Jeff will cover
> "Introduction to Python", which will be either a 3 or 6 hour class
> (or, maybe do a couple shorter classes on different subjects). It
> would be nice to have some 45-minute talks on various subjects.
> Anyone want to volunteer?
> Text/File Processing
> Web Development
> Scientific Applications
> Object Oriented Python
> Gaming (pyGame)
> Anything Else?
> If you do not want to (or do not feel qualified to) host a talk, what
> would you want to see someone else speak on (what talks would you like
> to go to)?
> Do we want Open Space for talks or "show and tell"? I'd like at lest
> 30 minutes at the end of the day for everyone to get together for a
> wrap up (and to give away door prizes).
> Anyone want to work on swag? It would involve writing people asking
> if the y want to give us anything (OReilly is very good about that) or
> get any coupons for us to give away.
> It would also be nice to have a small (8.5x11) "poster" to send out
> with the announcements I plan to mail out next month. Anyone want to
> put one together?
> I'll create a Google Document to share with a proposed schedule, etc.
> Let me know if you want access to it.
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