[PyAR2] pyArkansas and UCA. Great News!!
gslindstrom at gmail.com
Wed May 21 01:14:26 CEST 2008
What issues do we need to consider about the date? Here's what I can think of:
* Not a UCA home football game. I looked in ucasports.com and could
not find a schedule
* Not after any HS Homecoming, if possible (there are a lot of them!)
* After school starts, so everyone in in town and in a routine.
* Convinient for our UCA sponsors
With all of that in mind, I thing October 4 is a fine candidate.
I am going to write the Python Software Foundation (PSF) to see if
they will host an organizers wiki for us so we can start listing
things that need to happen. I will also post to the Python Advocacy
Mailing list to see if they have pointers/ideas on how we should
proceed. Let's keep things simple, but not quite to the
On Tue, May 20, 2008 at 4:51 PM, W W <srilyk at gmail.com> wrote:
> That's really exciting! Plus the offering of python in the spring -
> hopefully I'll be able to take that course!
> As far as times, as long as it's NOT between June 17-26, I'm planning
> to be there! Depending on the date, I might be able to get my
> girlfriend there, as well, or perhaps one of my friends.
> I'm looking forward to it!
> On Tue, May 20, 2008 at 8:40 AM, Greg Lindstrom <gslindstrom at gmail.com> wrote:
>> This just in from Dr. Hu at UCA....(and, no, I am not a Dr.)
>> Dear Dr. Lindstrom,
>> Thanks for your email. Yes, this department would be glad to help.
>> Actually, we have offered Python course to non CS majors by Mr.
>> Michael Nooner (MNooner at uca.edu). Dr. Bernard Chen
>> (cscbecx at cs.gsu.edu) from Georgia State University is going to join
>> this department this fall. He taught Python at GSU. Although we do not
>> plan to offer the course this fall, we will offer it again in spring
>> To better arrange the "un-conference", would you please let me know
>> the following details:
>> 1. Tentative date
>> 2. Number of expected participants
>> 3. Draft agenda
>> 4. Other sponsors/organizations
>> I also include Chen, Nooner, and the department administrative
>> assistant Mrs. Watkins in this communication.
>> Chenyi Hu
>> Ph.D., Professor and Chairman
>> Computer Science Department
>> University of Central Arkansas
>> PyAR2 mailing list
>> PyAR2 at python.org
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