[pypy-dev] wroclaw 2009 sprint announcement

Maciej Fijalkowski fijall at gmail.com
Wed Jan 14 09:49:14 CET 2009

Wrocław PyPy sprint 7-14th February, 2009

The next PyPy sprint will be held in Wrocław, Poland. This is fully public
sprint and all newcomers are welcomed. Preceeding the sprint there
will be a talk at University of Technology in Wrocław held at 22nd of January.

Worth noting is that this is a perfect time and place to go cross country
skiing either before or after sprint, so if anyone wants to participate in
such activity, we can organize something.


Wrocław University of Technology, Poland
Wybrzeże Wyspiańskiego 23-25, Wrocław
building: C-13 (picture: http://tinyurl.com/6vvzwq)
room: 3.01 (3rd floor)
opening-hours: 8-21 (but the building is opened 24h/7)
campus map: http://www.pwr.wroc.pl/upload_module/images/english/campus_map.png
city map: http://tinyurl.com/7q3tfx

Native speakers

Official language in Poland is polish. There shouldn't be any problem with
english at all (especially during hotel booking etc) but if you need any help,
here is a list of native speakers who participate in the sprint. Feel free
to contact with any of them:

 * Maciej Fijałkowski ( fijall at gmail.com )
 * Bartosz Skowron ( getxsick at gmail.com )
 * Jakub Gustak ( jgustak at gmail.com )


If you'd like to come, please subscribe to the `pypy-sprint mailing list`_
and drop a note about your interests and post any questions.  More
organisational information will be sent to that list.

Please register by adding yourself on the following list (via svn):


or announce yourself on the pypy-sprint mailing list if you do not
yet have check-in rights:



You can either fly directly to Wrocław, with many international connections
(like one to Dortmund and one to Duesseldorf). Details are available on
airport's webpage: http://www.airport.wroclaw.pl/en/. You can also fly to:
Warsaw (5h by train), Berlin (6h by train), Poznan (2h by train),
Katowice (3h by train) or Kraków (4h by train).

Preparation (if you feel it is needed)

* read the `getting-started`_ pages on http://codespeak.net/pypy

* for inspiration, overview and technical status you are welcome to
  read `the technical reports available and other relevant documentation`_

* please direct any technical and/or development oriented questions to
  pypy-dev at codespeak.net and any sprint organizing/logistical
  questions to pypy-sprint at codespeak.net

We are looking forward to meet you at the Wrocław PyPy sprint!

The PyPy team

.. See also ..

.. _getting-started:
.. _`pypy-sprint mailing list`:
.. _`the technical reports available and other relevant
documentation`: http://codespeak.net/pypy/dist/pypy/doc/index.html

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