[pypy-dev] PyCon / sprints

Laura Creighton lac at strakt.com
Tue Jan 13 14:53:37 CET 2004

In a message of Tue, 13 Jan 2004 14:31:20 +0100, Jacob Hallén writes:
>On tisdag 13 januari 2004 14.18, Armin Rigo wrote:
>> Hello everybody,
>> The proposal deadline for PyCon in in two days (Jan 15). Is anyone goin
>g to
>> attend?  It seems that the motivation to go there has dropped.  And it 
>> much too early to even start thinking about a sprint there, so it most
>> probably won't happen.
>> No sprint is fixed.  The Austria sprint isn't sure at the moment.  Then
>> there are many vague ideas around at the time, all in April (Easter is 
>> April): the ACCU conference (before or after); Switzerland (April is
>> university holidays so sprint rooms are easy to find); Dublin?  Elsewhe
>It looks as if Laura and I may be the only Pypy people who are going to P
>Since I think it would be a pity to not have a presentation of the Pypy 
>project there, I think I should propose to give one. If somebody else who
> is 
>better suited for the job is going, plese speak up. Otherwise I will send
> in 
>my proposal tomorrow.
>Jacob Hallén

OSCON has just asked me for a paper as well.  It is back in Portland,
http://conferences.oreillynet.com/os2004/ July 26-30.  If you write one
'from the PyPy development team' then if we all go to Pycon anyway,
we could let Armin or somebody else do some of the talking ....


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